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The Use of Social Media in Schools - 1 views

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    This is a good infrographic about the use of SM in schools. It gives some benefits of SM and also there are some teaching ideas with SM.
Hakan TARHAN

The Flipped Classroom: Turning Traditional Education on its Head - 3 views

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    This infographic pretty much summarizes every thing we need to know about flipped classrooms.
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    I would share this infographic Hakan. You are faster than me :) It is a quite well summary of the flipped classrooms ;)
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    It is Serap, it is indeed :)
Burcu Çetin

Blended vs Flipped - 3 views

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    A nice and short infographic for those who asked the question "If this is the flipped class, wthat is the blended class?" It clarifies the difference between blended and flipped classrooms.
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    Can we say the common thing is the technology use or online activities for both of them. Without online courses or practices can we talk about any type of blended learning or flipped classroom ?
Hakan TARHAN

How Educational Technology is Being Used in the Classroom Infographic - 3 views

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    This infographic summarizes the 4 key findings of a study with more than 600 K-12 teachers. Among the key findings are 3 barriers that are considered by the participants to have the potential to prevent them from using more technology in their classes. Two of the barriers mentioned, lack of technical support and training, are pretty common in the literature, but the third one was interesting to me. 33% of the participants argued that because they cannot figure out whether a student is on task or not while performing something on a technological device, they refrain from using it.
Hatice Çilsalar

Teaching with Technology Infographic - e-Learning Infographics - 5 views

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    "Teachers new to using technology in the classroom may be overwhelmed at a number of available options or may not know which tools are effective and which tools are just a distraction." this infographic suggests some ways overcome the confusion of technological tools.
Serap Sarıkaya

16 Things Teachers Should Try in 2016 - 4 views

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    The author says "There are so many new and exciting things to try both in and out of the classroom." Thus, s(he) offers a list of 16 Things for Teachers to Try in 2016 (I think, they are suitable for 2017:) ) to help inspire educators to try something new. Enjoy :)
Burcu Çetin

Current and Future EdTech Trends Teachers Should Know About - 3 views

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    A cheatsheet of edtech concepts and trends from sms to byod for EdTech beginners.
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    It is good to see that open and digital textbooks are on the rise, but I really wonder how we will motivate our future generations to read, research, be self-directed, explore, and so on. As far as I can observe current young generation, their attention span is getting shorter, and they want to reach information as quickly as possible. Plus they want digital content to be enjoyable and interactive. Reading digital books? I am not so sure... :)
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    Yasin, my contention is that you cannot motivate anyone "to read, research, be self-directed, explore" id they do not wish to be motivated in the first place. It is virtually impossible. What we can do is to serve as a model to them by depicturing what they can achieve provided that they possess these skills. I totally agree with you that the amount of generation gap between us and those who are only five to ten years younger is paramount, but I am pretty sure they'll find their own way as they grow up. Or, most of them will have to if they are to lead a good life because the skills you mentioned are now regarded as survival skills.
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    Yasin and Hakan, I agree with both of you. I also think that first we need to acknowledge our students are different. I may even call them humans 2.0 :) and yes their attention span is rather short and is getting shorter, and so is ours. I, as a teacher, suffer from it and have my own strategies. Maybe we can help students in that, too. Also, I really don't think they don't want to "read, research, be self-directed, explore". When something enters into their "radar", they can turn into autonomous and motivated researchers! I know that I am pointing out to the obvious, but we need te revise what we teach and how we teach. As also stated in the Horizon Report 2016: " In order to remain motivated, students need to be able to make clear connections between the curriculum and the real world, and how the new knowledge and skills will impact them."
Burcu Çetin

Paraphrase Vs Plagiarism Infographic - e-Learning Infographics - 2 views

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    This is not an infographic directly related with educational technology, yet I thought it's a good reminder first for myself (as I sometimes find it hard to paraphrase while avoiding plagiarism) and all my fellow researchers. Plagiarism is common fear of each student. You risk being plagiarized and you risk creating non-unique text. To get things even worse, not only mindless copy-paste constitutes a danger. Your piece is considered as plagiarism when you try to combine the author's original word combinations with yours. This is the so-called patchwork paraphrase.
sezinyucealkabir

21st Century Classrooms - 2 views

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    Gamification is a new concept for me, according to the infographic %43 of teachers (we dont know who) include gamification in their classrooms, and that increases the average test scores about %10.
Ecenaz Alemdağ

25 Ways Teachers Can Integrate Social Media Into Education - 6 views

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    The infographic is about how teachers can integrate Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Youtube and Wordpress into education.It suggests that there are four dimensions. They are connect, notify, teach and curate.
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    The tips in this infographic are really good Ecenaz. Thank you for sharing them. In my opinion, the best thing about it is that the tips are highly integrable for all disciplines.
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    Ece, this is a very helpful guide for teachers on how to use social media in classroom.
haticekiz

How is the view from your classroom? - 0 views

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    This infographic is about the education and integration of technology. It shows in the table the winnings both for the teacher and the student.
Anıl Kandemir

Undergraduate Students & Technology - BachelorsDegreeOnline.com - 5 views

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    In this infographic we can see what devices can be most important to academic success for undergraduate students and their contribution percentages to success. Also, for what they are using those devices can be seen such as accessing syllabi and using course management systems, as we are also doing currently, and checking their grades. In addition, we can easily say that taking a class completely online is getting higher year by year. One of the interesting points of this infographic for me is that students said technology helps them feel connected to other students and their instructors and what's going on at the institution.
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    I like this infographic, it is speaking with data. It shows the most common devices used and also the applications. I think when we think the fast development of technology, this is a good representation.
sebahatgok

Pros and Cons of Social Media in Education (Infographic) - 6 views

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    This infographic shows how universities use social media, which websites used for what purposes, and advantanges and difficulties of using social media. I found it to be very comprehensive. We also see that today social media is mostly used for practical purposes ,such as; announcement from schools, material share and networking in educational context. Challanges stated are woth to consider before attempting to use social media in education.
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    This is a nice infographic. Nowadays the universities are even recruiting social media experts to manage their image on the virtual world. A 2-min-video might become viral and add a lot to the popularity of the university. Or prospective students check the information available about a university on social media channels before making a career choice.
Ceren Korkmaz

A Brief History of Online Learning [Infographic] - 5 views

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    To me, the most interesting thing in this infographic is that distance learning is not recent at all, and it actually dates as back as 1700s through correspondence. As you walk through the history of online learning on the left column, the right column will inform you about some other fun facts that happened at the very same year.
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    Dear friends, I liked this infographic because it is followable to see the development of online learning, year by year
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    I think a striking point in this infographic seems to be that the developments in the last decade seems to be quicker and more extensive than ever. There are only 12-year distance (2002-2014) between when OpenCourseWare started and 98 % of the universities started online programs. It is also seen that online courses are regarded as highly as face-to-face courses for most people of business and academy which might put the existence of today's pyhsical schools into risk. When we consider that online courses and learning tools are not that common in Turkey, it seems we are left behind that new distant learning paradigm in the world.
Özlem Tantu

How to Search for OERs - 1 views

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    This may help to overcome Discovery challenge of Open Education Resources
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    Creative Commons is a thing when you are into OER business. This kinda infographic showed its pathway in a clear way. Thanks, Özlem!
Özlem Tantu

Social media in higher education - 0 views

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    Here comes an infograph about social media on campus, with pros, cons and overall impact
Okan ARSLAN

[Infographic] The Flipped Classroom - 1 views

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    Knewton, a learning technology company, recently posted a fascinating infographic entitled "The Flipped Classroom: Turning Traditional Education on Its Head." What is the flipped classroom, you ask? According to the infographic, it is a classroom that "inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online outside of class and moving 'homework' into the classroom."
Hasan Yücel Ertem

Effects of Flipped Class - 0 views

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    This visual demonstrates the impact of flipped classrooms onto the teacher outcomes.
ahsen ozturk

10 Flipped Classrooms - 1 views

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    The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online outside of the classroom and moving "homework" into the classroom.
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