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John Pearce

Online Interactive ELearning Teaching Resource Library. View teaching resources online for free. - 0 views

    "Established in 2006, offer free online access to a growing range of interactive multimedia elearning resources. The online resource library contains games, quizzes, animations and videos in a variety of subjects. Resources have been produced according to key stage 3 and 4 of the UK National Curriculum for elearning aged 11 to 16." Though the learning objects are not downloadable they are eminently suited to using on an interactive whiteboard.
    Established in 2006, offer free online access to a growing range of interactive multimedia elearning resources. The online resource library contains games, quizzes, animations and videos in a variety of subjects. Resources have been produced according to key stage 3 and 4 of the UK National Curriculum for elearning aged 11 to 16. All resources are produced by elearning multimedia specialists in collaboration with every day teaching staff as a direct solution to their classroom requirements.
John Pearce

nerdson CC licenses Comic Strip - 5 views

    This cartoon strip from nerdson blog has been translated and reproduced on the UNESCO elearning blog. It is an interesting way to explain to elearning about how Creative Commons works.

eLearning: Blogs for Learning - 0 views

    Blogs are not just a form of writing, they are a form of communication. Comments, trackbacks, and links are one part of this communication are the more common ways that such communication takes place. But it is disjointed, and it is tangled
Amanda Rablin

Shmoop: Study Guides for Literature, US History, Poems, & Essays - Homework Help and Teaching Resources - 0 views

    Shmoop wants to make you a better lover (of literature, history, poetry and writing). See many sides to the argument. Find your writing groove. Understand how lit and history are relevant today. We want to show your brain a good time.Our mission: To make learning and writing more fun and relevant for students in the digital age. Shmoop content is written primarily by Ph.D. and Masters students from top universities, like Stanford, Berkeley, Harvard, and Yale. Many of our writers have taught at the high school and college levels. We hold ourselves to the highest academic standards. We source our work (see the "Citations" tab in each history section, or in-line citation links throughout our literature and poetry content). Teachers and students should feel confident to cite Shmoop as a source in essays and papers.
Nigel Robertson

Speaking to Ascilite, ACODE and Desire2Learn « Learn Online - 0 views

    "In the context of a growing emphasis on eLearning, most commonly facilitated by enterprise-scale Learning Management System and a range of institutionally managed and supported communication and collaboration software tools, and in an environment of increasing emphasis on intellectual property rights management and quality assurance, how do universities (and other educational institutions) respond to the use of free, open-access tools in common use by their eLearning? What are the potential educational uses of such tools? What are the current practices of use of these tools within educational institutions? What are the issues, risks and hidden costs? What are the advantages and benefits?"
Nigel Robertson

Design with Learning in Mind - 0 views

  • * Short, directed learning segments-Chunk-ability * Ability to repeat and review content-Repeat-ability * Ability to stop and resume without having to start all over-Pause-ability * Clear, direct instructions-Understand-ability
  • we lead students rather than dispense knowledge to them. We become the bridge between students and content rather than the source of the content. It is a perhaps subtle change but nevertheless important because it means taking on different responsibilities.
  • Strategies that support this shift in perspective include having the students moderate discussion forums, prepare concept summaries and examples for other students, and assume greater responsibility as frontline moderators for the course (Boettcher, 2007).
Lynne Crowe

:: e-Learning for Kids :: - 0 views

    On line learning courses in a wide range of curriculums for students aged 5 to 12.
Rob Rankin

Online Learning: Trends, Models And Dynamics In Our Education Future - Part 1 - Robin Good's Latest News - 0 views

  • The idea of competences is that they are based on identifiable skills or capacities, and hence are not rooted in a body of content but rather in a student’s personal growth. (Karampiperis, Demetrios, & Demetrios, 2006) As such, students are able to select their own track or achievement path through a competence domain, as informed by their own interests, employer needs, or in the case of younger students, parental guidance. Each competence, meanwhile, corresponds to a selection of learning resources (and specifically, learning objects). (de-Marcos, Pages, Martinez, & Gutierrez, 2007*)
    • Rob Rankin
      This aspect of competences could have been articulated by DEECD in Victoria during the introduction of VELS and given teachers a broader vision of how they might be implemented.
Roland Gesthuizen

Australian Council for Computers in Education | Australian Council for Computers in Education - 3 views

    "The ACCE is the national professional body for those involved in the use of information and communications technology in education. This includes educators who teach computing / information technology subjects as well as all educators who strive to improve student learning outcomes through the powerful use of ICT."
    A national professional body for ICT and eLearning in Education.
Rhondda Powling

5 Surprising Perspectives About Online Schools | MindShift - 2 views

    "Most people think of online learning as a quiet, solitary experience. But over the past few months, after interviewing students, parents, and educators, a different sort of picture has emerged. We've learned about who teaches and learns online, and why, what works and what doesn't, and perhaps most importantly, whether online learning affords the same quality of education as that of traditional schools."
Roland Gesthuizen

Universities told to adapt or die - 3 views

  • ''Fixing the technology's important, but so is changing the pedagogy,'' Mr Tanner said. ''While we've made great progress in e-learning, there's been an awful lot about 'e' and not much about 'learning'.''
    UNIVERSITIES that fail to embrace new technology will lose students and die, former federal finance minister Lindsay Tanner has warned. Mr Tanner, now a vice-chancellor's fellow at Victoria University, told a Melbourne audience last night that while Australian universities were using the internet to deliver study materials, they were not yet fully exploiting the potential technology offered for new ways of learning.
Julie Golden

Have you taught online? Your opinion is needed! - 0 views

  • Please consider taking my survey. It is anonymous, so I won't be able to send a proper thank you. Please know that I will pay your kindness forward to another doctoral student in need and will send warm thoughts out into the universe for you. Thank you for your consideration and for passing this on to eLearning faculty!
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