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Gamze Çetinkaya

Week 4: Introduction to Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Framework - 21 views

Is teachers' having higher levels of TPACK is enough to improve instruction? What are the students' role in technology enhanced education?

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ahsen ozturk

6 Emerging Education Technologies Infographic - e-Learning Infographics - 0 views

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    The 2013 Horizon Report identified and outlined 6 new emerging education technologies that are expected to be integrated into the classroom. From the 6 Emerging Education Technologies, some of them will be discussed in EDS 536. But I especially like 3D printing and its abilities. İt is actually used in Higher education in design departments now but seeing it to be used in K12 environment will be interesting.
Evrim Baran

Faculty Development by Design: Integrating Technology inTechnology(PB) (Research Methods for Educational Technology): Punya Mishra, Matthew J. Koehler, Yong Zhao: 9781593115821: Amazon.com: Books - 3 views

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    Let's try to locate this book at the library. Looks like a good read.
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    I saw this book at the library but have not been examine it yet. I want to offer another book that I have raised a loan from the library. http://www.amazon.com/Considerations-Technology-Teachers-Best-JRTE/dp/1564842738/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362518933&sr=8-1&keywords=Considerations+on+Technology+and+teachers+%3A+the+best+of+JRTE
Merve Kiymaz

Using Snapchat as a Higher Education Tool - 2 views

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    Could you even think universities facilitate Snapchat to promote events, host giveaways, and showcase what is happening around the campus? This article shows how to use Snapchat at the organizational level in the higher education institutions. A good one!
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.
Ceren Korkmaz

How Competency-Based Courses Are Changing the Education Game - 3 views

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    When Southern New Hampshire University President Paul LeBlanc stepped onto the stage at Campus Tech 2015 in July, he painted a bright picture of competency-based higher ed. "Today, 500 institutions are moving to competency-based education, and they are not-for-profit," he said. "There's a lot of opportunity." LeBlanc certainly had that right.
Ecenaz Alemdağ

How Flipped Classrooms Change from Schools to Colleges Infographic - e-Learning Infographics - 4 views

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    Both K12 and higher education classes can be adapted to flipped classrooms. In this infographic, flipped classrooms applied for two education levels are compared with regard to some criteria. While there are more research studies on flipped learning for higher education than ones for K12, it is interesting to see that while 78% of school teachers flipped one lesson in 2014, only 29% of college instructors tried flipping a class.
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
Ceren Korkmaz

Social Media for Teaching and Learning - 7 views

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    In this link, you will find Pearson's report on social media use in higher education (2013). The report highlights which social media tools faculty members use for personal and professional reasons and their frequency.
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    Ceren, this link will be very helpful for us in the classroom discussion. Thank you for these detailed survey results. They explain the impact of social media in education, use of social media by different disciplines and by sites. It also gives information about concerns. Very explanatory survey results.
Okan ARSLAN

Technological Students - 5 views

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    This Infographic demonstrate the technologies that are being used by the students. The facts are not surprising, but interesting! They are totally Technology lovers! :)
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    Approximately 95% of my students use Facebook to contact me. We have an own group to share schedules, news or assignments. I think the rate is relatively higher due to students' lack of communication to concerning school staff.
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    This infographic remind me inequality in turkish education system. Because the students stated that their laptops are the most important items which is not common in Turkey.
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.
E.Yasin Çiftçi

Trends in Adoption of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) - 1 views

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    "MOOC and online courses are changing the face of higher education. Here are some details on how some colleges are adapting." This infographic shows that MOOCs will not replace traditional, residential classes at least in the near future contrary to popular belief among some MOOC fans. The biggest reason behind MOOCs complementary role in education could be their unidirectional nature which makes it difficult for students to receive personalized/differentiated instruction, in-depth feedback, and other mediums for deep learning. Nevertheless, they offer great resources for those highly motivated, self-directed/regulated learners. Another interesting issue in the infographic is that the U.S. colleges, at least almost 60% of them, are willing to integrate online component into their regular college education; I really wonder what statistics our Turkish universities would provide. :)
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    "I really wonder what statistics our Turkish universities would provide." This is a good research question Yasin and I would really like to learn the answer. :) Bets anyone? :)
Hasan Yücel Ertem

Higher Education and Social Media - 1 views

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    As a component of higher education, I have not been awared of numerical language of the social media.
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."
Merve Kiymaz

My Movie Analysis Class Blog - 0 views

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    Here you can see an example of a use of blogging for my movie analysis class. I have been trying to make it most to carry the lesson beyond the classroom. The feedback I get from my students is quite positive; they love it!
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    This is really a good example of using blog in higher education and this is the first blog that I saw about a real class. Thanks for sharing..
Merve Kiymaz

Social networking by NING - 0 views

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    "Built from the ground up for social, Ning's platform gives you the tools and expertise you need to publish and connect with your community - all in one place."
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    I found that platform really cool :)
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    I've been using this platform since my undergrad years, and I really like its appealing interface. Try it!
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