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Why Learning Through Social Networks Is The Future - 0 views

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    In the article, you may find some advantages of establishing a social networks for learning. Rather than being a passive user, experiencing professional learning community in social networks may be future trends so students should have capable of using social learning tools consciously and creatively .
Ecenaz Alemdağ

AtademiX - The first initiative in Turkey delivering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) - 1 views

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    AtademiX, MOOC platform maintained by Distance Education Center at Atatürk University, offers several courses to anybody. I plan to enroll in "Kişilik tiplerine göre öğrencilerle iletişim kurma becerileri" course. I think this course will be helpful to all teachers in any grade level.
sehercevikbas

Why do learners want to learn on the mobile? - 2 views

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    Here are some benefits of using mobile tools to learning.
Ecenaz Alemdağ

Bridging the app gap: An examination of a professional development initiative on mobile... - 8 views

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    Dear Friends, I strongly recommend that you read this article. The researchers designed, implemented and evaluated a PD program to help urban teachers in low-income underserved schools in the U.S. learn how to utilize iPads and educational apps to support teaching and learning
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    Dear Ecenaz, thank you for sharing it! And you can download it for free from the following link: http://sci-hub.io/10.1016/j.compedu.2015.04.009# You can download from the box above on the left of the page. I think it might guide us for our PD designs.
Ceren Korkmaz

2015 Mobile Learning Trends Infographic - e-Learning Infographics - 7 views

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    The 2015 Mobile Learning Trends Infographic explores what role mobiles are playing in shaping up the workplace learning scenario. These trends with mobile learning are evidence to the fact that we are on the brink of a new era of learning - through the mobile device.
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    Ceren, in your infographic, there is mobile app analytics. Can anybody explain me how mobile apps provide learning analytics data?
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    Dear Mine, For example if you create a quiz using Quizizz for your class, once they finish it, you will see the analytics of your students; such as their rankings, which questions they got right and wrong etc. You can also download them as a pdf or xls file later on to focus on the students' specific needs :)
haticeyagci

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING - 2 views

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    This qualitative study was conducted to gain insights into the perceptions of prospective English language teachers at a state university in Turkey on flipped classrooms and to introduce the implementation of a flipped classroom into an English language class. The results were interesting and there are useful recommendations for implementing flipped language lessons.
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    "the secret words" idea seems to be very creative. I wonder how it is implemented. I also wish we could be able to learn what they do in the classroom in this specific example. I really wonder how classroom activities work in flipped elt classes.
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    Sebahat Hocam, maybe we can contact the authors and ask about it.
Ecenaz Alemdağ

Flipped Classroom | Sophia - 4 views

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    From this infographic, it can be concluded that flipped learning method can be adopted by teachers for all age groups, it can be applied for all education levels, and it bring positive outcomes such as increased student engagement and improved grades.
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    I have heard "Sophia" and searched for it but I couldn't find. To see it here made me happy, thank you for sharing this, it helped to understand flipped classroom better :)
sehercevikbas

4 Ways Technology is Changing How People Learn - 1 views

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    In the infographic, the change in the way how people learn is summarized in four ways. Through technology, people learn collaboratively rather than individually and become active learners rather than passive ones. Moreover, when compared to before, personalized learning can be better achieved through technology, and there is an increase in multi-tasking.
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.
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.
Merve Kiymaz

Khan Academy - 0 views

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    Here you can find the Turkish version of globally-appreciated Khan Academy. Its Turkish version makes it possible to use in K-12 education and any other educational contexts where medium of instruction is Turkish. Moreover, you can contribute to the translation of the content into Turkish and become a brand ambassador.
ipek saralar

Mobile Learning (UNESCO) - 0 views

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    For the past 3 years, UNESCO has been working to provide advice and guidance to governments and other stakeholders seeking to leverage increasingly ubiquitous and affordable mobile technologies for learning. UNESCO has conducted research in a number of areas, such as mobile reading, mobile learning policies, and promoting gender equality with ICTs. The resulting publications describe the unique educational advantages of mobile technology and articulate strategies to build policy environments in which these advantages can take root and grow.
Merve Kiymaz

MIT Center for Mobile Learning - 1 views

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    MIT Center for Mobile Learning, in colloboration with the MIT Media Lab encourages teachers and academic faculty to develop their own mobile apps to facilitate in education.
Merve Kiymaz

Dynamics of M-Learning in Higher Education - 0 views

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    The presentation mentions the main cornerstones and flow of m-learning in higher education in detail.
Ahmet Sami Konca

UNESCO's Studies on Mobile Learning in Teacher Education. - 0 views

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    There is a project of UNESCO and Nokia which conducted in four different countries.
ipek saralar

Mobile Teaching and Learning E-Book - 1 views

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    You can find the pdf version of mobile teaching and learning e-book from this url. It can be beneficial for us.
Özge Aydın

Going Nomadic: Mobile Learning in Higher Education by Bryan Alexander - 0 views

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    An impressive article about the growing trends and significance of mobile learning. Here are some highlights: "Since this technology is mobile, students turn "nomad,"carrying conversations and thinking across campus spaces." "The socializing powers of mobility and wirelessness could expand the drive into collaboration."
elif tugce karaca

David Rogers - 0 views

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    A very practical way of using mobile learning in a school environment in a specialized course,also appropriate for the school's mobile phone policy in that context.
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    PRIORY SCHOOL (UK) Project...
Halil Han AKTAŞ

Apps for Good - 0 views

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    An open-source technology education movement that partners with educators in schools and learning centers to deliver courses to young people. Aim of this movement is to encourage students to work together as teams to find real issues they care about and learn to build a mobile, web or social app to solve them which makes it good in that it helps learners to be productive.
Halil Han AKTAŞ

The State of Digital Education Infographic - 6 views

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    This infographic is to show some dynamics that make a shift to technology in education necessary. Examples given in it present the alterative power the internet has. And, the personalized learning is one of the most important advantages of technology use as an alternative to "one-size-fits-all" models as discussed in readings, which is emphasized in this infographic too.
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    I have a question :) Online tools for enhancing the learning or is it an alternative for the schools?
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    I guess, depending on the case, the answer is both. As presented in the infographic, there are situations -for example where people can not reach schools as a result of various reasons- that make online tools a good alternative for the schools. I believe that "alternative" is a keyword for this discussion and presenting people different choices is a good approach for me. There are ideas emphasizing that "technology will not replace teachers but teachers who do not use technology will be replaced" which can be agreed upon; yet, there are others too. For example, can we ignore the ideas of progressivists if they aim to use technology to create the ideal conditions that can not be realized in institutionalized schools for the education they think the most proper?
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    Of course, we cannot ignore "use of technology" to create ideal conditions for today's education settings. Then, it can be said use effectively and benefited from it or them.
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