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Ceren Korkmaz

New Media Consortium Horizon 2016 Report for Higher Education - 1 views

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    NMC Horizon 2016 report is up! According to the report, you can see the different types of tools or platforms to be adopted with their respective timespans. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is already here, although cited as "to be adopted in one year or less". The future seems to lead towards augmented reality and robotics.
armagan_metu

Future of higher education - 0 views

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    In this video, faculty members answer the question how education will be at 2050.
armagan_metu

A short article on TPACK - 0 views

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    This is a very short article on TPACK by its founders which explain the theory and its basic concepts and implications.
Serap Sarıkaya

Educational Apps in Primary School TPACK - 1 views

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    This video includes TPACK analysis of two educational applications for primary schools.
busra-

Mystery Skype - San Agustín Valladolid - 1 views

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    It is really impressive TPACK model example that can help students learning geography. By teacher's high CK, students learn similarity and differences between continents and countries. By teacher's high PK, students are seperated groups and they are leaded in order to develop good questions. Also, by teacher's high TK, students are connected to real students in different countries in real time via using techology, so all of the students work collaboratively.
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    Büşra, I really love it <3 And also ıt is so funny practice to use TPACK model.
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    I really liked it. It is fun for students but there is more than that I believe. Because in the process they are comparing other students' clues with what they know, reviewing high amount of their information. For example students at the other side of the skype call knew their friends were not in finland, estonia, latvia, belarus, ukraine, etc (neighbors of russia). But still I think they -maybe implicitly- learnt these countries are russia's neighbors. Still, I would love to examine their geography scores to be sure about this method's efficiency.
busra-

TPACK Model Video Common Sense Media - 0 views

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    The combination of technology, pedagogy and content knowledge is represented well in this video. It seems very informative and has simple explanation. Also, there are good examples for TPACK model which also aims students work collaboratively.
armagan_metu

ijCSCL :: International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning - 2 views

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    I hope this is not too basic but I was impressed and surprised to see this area has its own journal. Journal has founded in 2006 and has 43 issues so far, holding more than 200 articles. Journal is peer reviewed and has a high impact factor of 2.692 putting it the 2nd place among educational research journals. I think this success also shows the potentials of the area.
nehirkv

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning - 0 views

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    Ηow educators can enhance student collaboration taking advantage of a computer supported collaborative learning environment?
Serap Sarıkaya

Using Technology to Encourage Collaboration - 3 views

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    This video gives information about how teachers are using technology to engage students in collaborative learning.
kuttai

Technology and the collaborative learning model - 4 views

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    Some new features and apps are getting more popular in UK for collaborative platforms. This news give some examples and also some usage styles and benefits of these apps for the individualized and group works.
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    That tool (wepresent) is efficient but I think it may not be as user-friendly as like told at the article. Because there will be online platform that you can create your slide and share with your class and it can be more basic inspite of some less possibility.
Ceren Korkmaz

Coursera | Online Courses From Top Universities. Join for Free - 5 views

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    Coursera is one of the best platforms for computer supported collaborative learning. There are numerous classes from the top universities in the world, and the expansion of these classes are run through discussions in class forums. Lots of people get together to create projects and share them with their peers.
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    First time I watched about these kind of programs and efectiveness in education i had some questionmarks in my mind. Because according to the documentary, it was not as effective as going to school and it was not so much fun to take an online course. That is why drop-outs of school was pretty high at that time. But this looks more effective and more suitable for learning for sure! thanks for sharing!
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    Although online courses has some disadvantages, that platform is beyond online courses I think because it allow followers interaction instead of just slides or videos. Also I do not remember the exact details but when that platform was founded, the demand for one course was over the expected and the system was broken. Then, the same lesson began to be given as formal education and at all users who completed the course with 100 points are the ones who take the course online.
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    Coursera was suggested me to improve my academic speaking skills by my adviser so I have a coursera account :) There are presentations, online courses, online exams and homework etc. Also, you can get a certificate that is valid international after completing the course successfully. Unfortunately, I did not benefit from it because the price of the course was too high, therefore I gave up the course.
busra-

SMART Table 442i - 0 views

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    Although it is a kind of advertisement, I like this smart technology products and the idea of smart classroom. Small groups can be engaged very easily for collaborative activities and they can touch the multi touch screen at the same time. Also, teacher can connect it to smart table with a software.
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    I think it is basic but very effective application. Especially it is fun and when thinking the usage of it is for children, it is a great advantage.
busra-

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning: SMART Classroom - 0 views

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    By this classroom, students work and learn naturally by communicating with each other and with the teacher actively in real time. Interactive tablets, computers and the board provide students work with groups using technology, while natural learning happens.
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    summerize where the technology will be in 10 years in schools. But what can we say about our schools? Even people are paying big amount of money for private schools, they still not have such a technology in their class. Technology getting cheaper and cheaper everyday but still I wonder how many years we need to wait to see these kind of technlogies in our school?
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    This is great example to CSCL but when I thought about Kutay's question according to our country; my answer get upset me :/ Because while we cannot use the smartboards at our clasroom, that kind of usage is just a dream :/
busra-

Project Based Learning - YouTube - 0 views

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    It's a really informative video which explains project based learning. I liked its clear guiding questions to make students reach the solution just like experts.
Serap Sarıkaya

Project Based Learning - 0 views

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    This simple video makes the essential elements of project based learning (PBL) come alive and brings to light the 21st Century skills and competencies (collaboration, communication, critical thinking) that will enable K-12 students to be college and work-ready as well as effective members of their communities.
Ceren Korkmaz

Renaissance Academy students learn how to apply sciences at Purdue - 1 views

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    Purdue Polytechnic involves the Renaissance Academy Students to build a remote-controlled helicopter. Great example of learning by design :)
nehirkv

Case-based reasoning - 0 views

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    This video mentioned about a film noir murder mystery. Gadget solved this crime with case-based reasoning :)
busra-

What is flow and flow triggers by Kohler - 1 views

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    We are especially familiar with the psychological flow triggers. In this slide, Steven Kohler who is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, and the cofounder and director of research for the Flow Genome Project varies flow triggers in four categories; psychological, environmental, social and creative. Kohler mentions flow triggers in more details in his book called The Rise of Superman. I watched trailers of his book beside watching this slide. I think it is a good point to relate creativity and flow in this way. Also, social and environmental aspects are essential because not in every flow moment, we're alone. So, I think this slide (and the book if you can buy) would be informative for you.
Serap Sarıkaya

The Flow Experience in Education - 0 views

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    Shared video is related to flow in education. It gives information about happiness, creativity, divergent thinking, and key elements of the flow. There are some statistical data for creativity, graphic of flow and examples from different fields. Enjoy :)
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