Monthly Archives: March 2014

Content Curation: How To Help Students Learn, Discover and Make Sense of New Topics All By Themselves

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Bloom’s Digital – Web 2.0 by Sandy Somera

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century Teaching TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink See on http://www.thinglink.com

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10 Social Media Sites For Education – TeachThought

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century Teaching “Our kids live on social media these days. One crucial way to make learning relevant is to meet ‘em where they live, which means finding social media sites that work in the classroom. … Continue reading

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Create and monitor engaging flipped learning

See on Scoop.it – Flipped Classroom One other product I have been getting excited about is Verso. This platform is not quite a learning management system, and has built in interactivity. I like it because it is crazy easy to … Continue reading

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ยป An In-depth Guide to Content Curation

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Mobile English: Pet hates

See on Scoop.it – English Language Teaching & LearningStudents use mobile phones or other digital recording devices to record a 30-second video about their ’pet hates’.See on http://www.onestopenglish.com

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Six reasons to use video in the ELT classroom – Cambridge Conversations

See on Scoop.it – English Language Teaching & LearningIn the first of a short series of posts, Unlock author Lewis Lansford looks at why we should be using video in the classroom. 1. Video speaks to Generation V Skype was … Continue reading

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