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Published in Free eLearning ResourcesMonday, 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
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.
- By Toni Fuhrman
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.
quinta-feira, janeiro 02, 2014
Um excelente artigo de Terry Anderson...
A few months ago I was asked to do a short piece for the Commonwealth of Learning on MOOCs. It is posted on their web site, but I thought I would post it here as well, with some small updates.
The New York Times declared 2012 to be the year of the MOOC (Pappano, 2012) and certainly 2013 is becoming the year to talk about MOOCs! Questions related to the design and inherent pedagogies, registration numbers, persistence rates, revenue models, neo-liberal agenda, fears and aspirations of all of us in postsecondary education have been ignited by this combination of technology and pedagogy. MOOCs are rapidly becoming the type of disruptive technology described by Christensen (1997) as cheaper, smaller, initially less fully featured and attracting a new set of consumers into an existing market.
Promise and/or Peril: MOOCs and Open and Distance Education