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Learning on the Move: Mobile Learning Devices « The Power of Us - 36 views

  • Whyville , What does it take to build a sustainable, green energy community? 8th Graders are showing us how using WhyPower, an interactive learning game within the largest interactive learning world, WhyVille. Here is an interactive game. http://www.poweracrosstexas.org/projects/whypower-interactive-game Energy Game:  WHYPOWER Whyville is a thriving community with its own economy, newspaper, government and much more.  It now has its own power grid!  As part of the WhyCareers program, we are “electrifying” Whyville with a power grid that uses traditional and renewable energy sources.  Students will manage the power grid to select the right mix of coal, natural gas, nuclear, hydroelectric, solar and wind energy. They will build homes in Whyville!  They will observe and measure power use in Whyville, and form good energy behaviors and habits. Finally, they will explore the math, science and career topics related to energy.  Just like in real life, success in Whyville is not pre-programmed!  Students skill, initiative, creativity and teamwork determines the rewards they receive and the “virtual money” they earn in WhyPower. Whyville. Run a city using energy reources.
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    interesting article on mobile learning bridging the digital gap plus a link ot a mobile learning site for learning about renewable energy"whiyville" and its place in the "power grid"
Deborah Baillesderr

Mobile Learning: Resource Roundup | Edutopia - 44 views

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    Great resources!
Marc Patton

A List of Great Checklists Every Teacher should Have ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 254 views

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    Checklists are tools that we the teachers and educators use probably on everyday basis.Obviously, they have several advantages as shown below and I personally love them. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has been publishing some Mobile Learning checklists over the last couple of years. We have decided to go through all of them and come up with the list below. Some of the checklists are new and have been included here for the first time.
Sharin Tebo

20 Awesome BYOD and Mobile Learning Apps | Edutopia - 106 views

  • For collaborative, simultaneous writing and peer feedback, Google Drive (26)/Docs is still king
  • Students should know how to convert, export, import and move data seamlessly between apps and devices of all kinds. They should also know how to "print to epaper" and how to open and annotate the documents in various readers.
  • Blogger (Kidblog (32)),
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  • You can also link Dropbox (40) with dropitto.me (41) to have students turn work in even if they don't have access to Dropbox.
  • No matter what platform, I want every student to know how to "grab" a screenshot.
  • Not only is this a cyber safety protection skill, it's also great for turning in work from a mobile device when you just can't figure out how to export
anonymous

A great How-to Tutorial on Creating Student Portfolios on iPad Using Google Drive App ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 178 views

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    Watching the video tutorial you will get to learn how students can easily create a complete portfolio using Google Drive app for iPad. You will also learn how to create and collaborate in real time on a document or spreadsheet and everything inbetween from editing to sharing finished work.
Ryan Slavin

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 5 Awesome Examples of how Students Can Use iBooks Author for Learning - 93 views

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    5 great ways that we can use iBooks Author in our classrooms. 
MaryLiz Jones

6 Important Skills for The Success of The 21st Century Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 215 views

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    Infographic
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    This is great - going to use this with my staff!
onepulledthread

Great Web Tools to Detect Plagiarism in Students Works ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 215 views

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    Summarizes the usefulness of major web tools available to facilitate intructor's ability to find plagiarism.
June Griffin

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - Mobile Movie Making - 94 views

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    Great resources and ideas for mobile movie making
Maria Nuzzo

20 Ways to Provide Effective Feedback to Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 215 views

    • Elizabeth Sato
       
      These four questions are AWESOME.  I want to research Dinham 2002 & 2007.  It's true as adults, why don't we give kids the same consideration?
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      I like the idea of concentrating on one thing -- let the kids know what I'm looking for during the week.  Eg. on the board it could say "conference focus"
    • Sharin Tebo
       
      Great for conferring to really help students focus on improving one writing skill
  • Utilize this strategy when grading papers or tests. This strategy allows you the necessary time to provide quality, written feedback.
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  • Alternate due dates for your students/classes.
  • Educate students on how to give feedback to each other.
  • Model for students what appropriate feedback looks like and sounds like.
    • Sharin Tebo
       
      Gradual Release of Responsibility: Student learns to do heavy lifting
  • Ask another adult to give feedback.
  • defeated. Here you will find 20 ideas and techniques on how to give effective learning feedback that will leave your students with the feeling they can
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    20 tips for effective feedback -- ESPECIALLY #4 & 9
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    20 tips for effective feedback -- ESPECIALLY #4 & 9
Deborah Baillesderr

Wikipaintings A Repository of Great Free Images of Artwork for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 74 views

  • Wikipaintings is a great resource not only for Art teachers for all other teachers looking for some highly quality images of public domain artworks. Wikipainings is a project that aims to create well-structured online repository of fine art. The artwork featured in this platform includes both classical and contemporary art.
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    Wikipaintings is a great resource not only for Art teachers for all other teachers looking for some highly quality images of public domain artworks. Wikipainings is a project that aims to create well-structured online repository of fine art. The artwork featured in this platform includes both classical and contemporary art.
Jennie Snyder

Schools seeking best digital tools | SeacoastOnline.com - 65 views

  • The most obvious takeaway, he said, was that "the age of the computer lab is kind of out," in which students travel out of their classrooms to log on.
  • The idea kids can access tools for learning 24 hours a day and can access learning not bound by the walls of the school is critical," Hobbs said. "It's indicative of what we mean by a 21st-century education."
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    Great quote: "The age of the computer lab is kind of out." Move toward to mobile devices and digital tools.
Ms. Rowley

14 Great Facebook Groups Every Teacher should Know about ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 8 views

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    Getting teachers to think about using social media for learning requires that they participate in social media for professional development.
kecurry

A Great Twitter Cheat Sheet for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 150 views

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    Great resource for teachers wanting to use Twitter.
Mark Glynn

10 Basic Google Drive Tips Every Teacher Should Know about (Poster) ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 163 views

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    10 Basic Google Drive Tips Every Teacher Should Know About [Infographic] @medkh9 https://t.co/geLFqmptPy #edtech https://t.co/GcwsfFhqP3
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    This is great! Thanks for sharing.
Paul Hieronymus

Schools and Students Clash Over Use of Technology | MindShift - 5 views

  • Students want more control over how they use technology in school, but many classrooms are still making it difficult.
  • A whopping 45 percent of middle-schoolers and 55 percent of high-schoolers say that they mainly access the Internet through mobile devices.
  • And access to tablets doubled between 2010 and 2011 – up to 26 percent for middle-schoolers and 21percent of high-schoolers.
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  • esistance from administrators, 52 percent of whom said they don’t allow students to use any personal mobile device in class, at least partially because a blended learning model represents a shift in the relationship between teacher and student.
  • When parents were asked what most concerns them about their children’s future almost three-quarters said they worry that their children won’t “get the right skills” to succeed in the future.
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    Some great points here!
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