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Christy Mckenzie

Best of Breed 2016 | Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies - 50 views

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    Top 200 tools for learning for 2016
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Vernon Fowler

Doctopus - 54 views

  • Doctopus: It now has a "Individual - Differentiated" option which allows individual assignments to be distributed by student "level." It now allows whole class comment ability to be added to facilitate peer review. It lets you distribute folders full of resources in addition to Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets, and Drawings. As of Doctopus 4.0 it now connects to a Chrome extension called "Goobric" which lets you associate a rubric with your Doctopus assignment and do rubric-based grading right in the top corner of your browser.
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    Google Docs management of student work
Isabelle Jones

My Languages: What is Your Favourite Source of Pictures, Photos and Other Visuals for Y... - 50 views

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Rhondda Powling

Check Out Class Blogs! | The Edublogger - 38 views

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    A post tjhat offers information for you to check out different types of class blogs to get ideas for your own class blog. You could also use this list to make connections with classes in other countries.
Rhondda Powling

100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social Media In the Classroom | Online Universities - 42 views

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    A variety of uses for social media, linked to real examples by educators in the classroom.
Jeff Johnson

Webbed Feats | APS Library - 38 views

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    There are many Web 2.0 tools that can be used to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom. It is important to understand that we are using all these tools to practise basic literacy skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and engage and motivate students. You may need to register to use the tool but it is free and if you use the same email address and password for all registrations it's simple. Please try them and let us know how you went by commenting. Your feedback will help us all.
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    Lots of digital storytelling tools in this site
Reynold Redekopp

Jeopardy - 38 views

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    Links to PP and online Jeopardy game creation - good for students to make up a topic review
Paul Allison

Novelties - Multiple Screens Built for Textbooks as E-Books - NYTimes.com - 12 views

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    These new readers are starting to get to what we need in the classroom. "The e-reader screen is used with a stylus that can underline or highlight text, take notes in the margin, pull up a blank piece of e-paper for solving math problems, or touch a link for a video of a chemical interaction that is then displayed on the LCD screen." I've heard predictions that even more flexible devices will be developed this coming year.
Paul Allison

The Quintessence of Ham - 11 views

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    I'm trying to learn more about Zotero, and this professor, Sean Takats, suggests that he used it with a "research-intensive" class this semester: "With their unprecedented collaborative functionality, Zotero groups promise to transform the way that instructors and students interact with sources, particularly in research-intensive classes. " I wonder how it went.
Paul Allison

TALL blog » Blog Archive » The Transition from the Co-Digital to the Post-Dig... - 5 views

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    I like all of the definitions in this blog post. They sound connected to past research, yet new. I know I was feeling odd at the "Digital Is..." Conference, because I don't want to let the technology disappear into uses. It's better, I think to look for what we can get out of particular technologies. That's what we are doing now with Google's Wave. "Alongside these discussions Frances Bell suggested the term Co-Digital as a better term to describe the process of "…seizing the opportunities presented by the newness of technologies to spot changes and then shape the development of the technology."" As this paragraph suggests, we still need to look at "digital technologies" to see how we can exploit them for what we need.
Reynold Redekopp

Teaching and Learning Strategies - 0 views

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    The Net-Pedagogy Portal serves as a resource to increase understanding, knowledge, and awareness of the factors, challenges, issues, best practices, support needs, and changing landscape with regard to the science of teaching and learning online.
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