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Ruth Howard

Popcorn.js | The HTML5 Media Framework - 10 views

    Popcorn opensource let's you remix video with the web like add text and twitter and biblio citations credits etc to video!
Michael Walker

A framework for teaching with Twitter - Mind Dump - 8 views

    Scott McLeod created this framework for teaching with Twitter.
Maggie Verster

A Framework to Articulate the Impact of ICT on Learning in Schools (PDF) - 9 views

    The literature review unequivocally found that it is not possible to provide a meaningful framework to describe or measure the direct impact of ICT on student learning per se. Most educational researchers view media comparison studies as of little value, misleading, and not generalisable. Where such studies have been conducted it has not been possible to identify a purely ICT effect disentangled from other elements of the learning environment. Most educational researchers would view such disentangling as counterproductive. Further, it has become increasingly difficult to measure student learning as more is understood of the complexities of learning. However, this review has identified significant impacts of the use of ICT on students, learning environments, teachers and pedagogy, schools provision of ICT capacity, and school and system organization, policy and practice. These are presented here as five dimensions
Roland O'Daniel

The LoTi Connection - 3 views

    An adoption model/framework for integrating new learning into instruction/practice. Similar to CBAM. 
Christopher Lister

Nine Elements - 2 views

    9 themes of digital citizenship from Mike Ribble's new website.
    9 themes of digital citizenship
    Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.
Jeff Johnson

Framework for Teaching | Danielson Group - 0 views

    The Framework for Teaching is a research-based set of components of instruction, aligned to the INTASC standards, and grounded in a constructivist view of learning and teaching. In this framework, the complex activity of teaching is divided into 22 components (and 76 smaller elements) clustered into four domains of teaching responsibility: planning and preparation (Domain 1), classroom environment (Domain 2), instruction (Domain 3), and professional responsibilities (Domain 4).
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