Digital Literacy Multimodal Media

See on Scoop.it – Digital Fluency “This presentation is about teaching and learning practices.It is about why I believe schools need to become future focussed. 2014 Learning CultureJohn Hattie’s research indicates that when employing computers, students learning achievements increase when students have control of their learning. Learning achievement is lower when the teacher and or the system has control. The […]

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Towards Teacher-led Design Inquiry of Learning | Open Education Europa

“This paper proposes “teacher-led design inquiry of learning” as a new model of educational practice and professional development. This model combines four existing models. It integrates teacher inquiry into student learning, learning design, and Learning analytics, and aims to capture the essence of the synergy of these three fields. Furthermore, we identify how Learning Analytics […]

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Moodle.org is now very shiny

See on Scoop.it – Moodlicious Introducing the new moodle.org, the first of many improvements @MoodleHQ to better serve the#Moodle community! The new homepage is intended to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for and we also wanted to display the wide array of resources you can get on the Moodle community sites. The […]

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Factors That Restrict Administrators to Integrate Technology in Their Educational Institutions – EdTechReview™ (ETR)

Technology plays a key role in every field. It becomes an essential thing for every organization. Especially educational institutions are more interested in adapting technology to withstand the present cut-through competition. Educational Technologies help institutions in creating the best learning environment for students, saving teachers’ time and effort and enhancing student performance. Even in the […]

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Five-Minute Film Festival: The Power of Assistive Technology

See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 Of the many ways that technology enhances our lives, one compelling example is assistive technology (AT) — tools to help people with learning or motor disabilities complete everyday tasks. In schools, assistive tech can mean the difference between a student falling behind or being able to successfully work alongside […]

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