quinta-feira, novembro 16, 2017

Escrever como???

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We're told that writing is dying. Typing on keyboards and screens dominates written communication today. Even scribbling a signature has become rarer due to the prevalence of chip-and-pin credit cards.

terça-feira, novembro 25, 2014

Formação no programa Media Smart - em eLearning

Veja a informação do programa media smart aqui...e depois faça a sua inscrição.
Use este formulário e no fim faça submeter

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segunda-feira, outubro 06, 2014

O ipad no seu melhor

Below are some of the iPad resources we have reviewed here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Just click on any title to access its page. Enjoy...

sexta-feira, março 21, 2014

Timelines? Algumas sugestões...

TOP 10 FREE Timeline Creation Tools for Teachers

TOP 10 FREE Timeline Creation Tools for TeachersImage courtesy of kanate at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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Monday, 04 November 2013 14:32
Timelines have become an indispensable part of the learning experience as they enable students to participate more actively in learning and acquire knowledge the easy way. In other words, timelines help students easily understand and memorize events and dates. But how easy it is to create them? Which are the best – and free- tools that you can use? In the following list you will find the TOP 10 FREE Timeline Creation Tools for Teachers that are very effective, free and easy to use.

domingo, fevereiro 23, 2014

From Distraction to Learning Tool: Mobile Devices in the Classroom

Isto não é bem um artigo, mas vale a pena ler. A ideia e o conceito associado permitem uma boa reflexão sobre o uso dos tablets em sala de aula.

From Distraction to Learning Tool: Mobile Devices in the Classroom

A journalism professor at the University of Maryland is using tablets to engage his students.
Once banned in the classroom, mobile devices are becoming more accepted as a teaching and learning tool. Yet teaching methods have not caught up with mobile's potential, according to Ron Yaros, assistant professor of new media and mobile journalism at the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism.