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Nik Peachey

Digital Classrooms - Online Video | Indiegogo - 17 views

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    My digital book project
Nik Peachey

Nik's QuickShout: Where do you build your PLN? - 11 views

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    Building an effective network though, is dependent on knowing the right places to go, which tools to use and how best to use them. With technology changing and new tools developing so rapidly, this can be a challenge to keep up with.

    With this in mind I have launched this quick research survey to find out where you prefer to build your networks and what the pros and cons of each of those networks might be.
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    www.thebargainplaza.com Most quality online stores.New Solution for home gym, cool skateboard, Monsterbeats headphone and much more on the real bargain. Highly recommended.This is one of the trusted online store in the world. View now www.thebargainplaza.com
Nik Peachey

Tools for Learners | Scoop.it - 37 views

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    A collection of 400 + online tools for learners.
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    A collection of 400 + online tools for learners.
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    www.thebargainplaza.com Most quality online stores.New Solution for home gym, cool skateboard, Monsterbeats headphone and much more on the real bargain. Highly recommended.This is one of the trusted online store in the world. View now www.thebargainplaza.com
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    A collection of 400 + really cool
Mari Yamauchi

CALICO Journal - 4 views

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    CALICO Journal http://ow.ly/2EVCc - Interested in "Investigating Learner Variability: The Impact of Task Type on Language Learners' Errors..
    CALICO Journal Jan 2011 - "dedicated to #SLA theories and technology-mediated language learning" http://ow.ly/3NHs0 #edtech #EFL #MFL
    @TechTongues Thanks for the RT: http://ow.ly/3NHs0
Learning Today

The Pros and Cons of Online Learning | e-Learning Today TV - 31 views

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     education, edtech, story time, fun, e-learning today tv, online learning, iPad apps, parent university
Learning Today

10 Latest E-Learning Trends | e-Learning Today TV - 36 views

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    education, edtech, administrators, social networking, trends, e-learning, e-learning today tv, math tutorial videos
Dianne Rees

100 Free Tools to Make Your Teaching More Entertaining - 52 views

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    Don't know how "entertaining" these are but they're at least useful :)
Nik Peachey

Development - Is the 140 character 'micro interaction' enough? | Delta Publishing - Eng... - 7 views

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    Twitter could not possibly be further away from the concept of a computer game or a three dimensional visually rich virtual world. Suddenly instead of learning to fly and exchanging our money for Linden bucks (the currency of Linden Labs' Second Life) we were exchanging grammatically correct sentences for status updates of less than 140 characters! Who could have seen it coming? Perhaps Gartner, who also predicted that "90 Per Cent of Corporate Virtual World Projects Fail Within 18 Months".
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    Twitter could not possibly be further away from the concept of a computer game or a three dimensional visually rich virtual world. Suddenly instead of learning to fly and exchanging our money for Linden bucks (the currency of Linden Labs' Second Life) we were exchanging grammatically correct sentences for status updates of less than 140 characters! Who could have seen it coming? Perhaps Gartner, who also predicted that "90 Per Cent of Corporate Virtual World Projects Fail Within 18 Months".
Dianne Rees

How to Make an Interactive Lesson Using Youtube « Knewton Blog - 27 views

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    Learn how to use YouTube to create branching interactions
Nik Peachey

Development - ELT and the Crisis in Education: Technology in the Classroom | Delta Publ... - 5 views

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    "One of the most common criticisms leveled at teachers who do attempt to integrate technology into their classroom environment, is that this often results in a lot of 'faffing around' or time wasted while struggling to get the technology to work properly. To some extent I feel that this criticism is fair, but I don't think it's a criticism that should be leveled at teachers, but would be better directed at the people who control the way technology is layered onto the classroom environment, so lets look at that."
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    ne of the most common criticisms leveled at teachers who do attempt to integrate technology into their classroom environment, is that this often results in a lot of 'faffing around' or time wasted while struggling to get the technology to work properly. To some extent I feel that this criticism is fair, but I don't think it's a criticism that should be leveled at teachers, but would be better directed at the people who control the way technology is layered onto the classroom environment, so lets look at that.
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