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As you know, today’s students are tech enthusiasts and spend hours a day using numerous technological devices. But many educational institutions are still forcing them to learn through textbooks even though there are numerous digital options available....
“Effective use of technology in education” is perhaps a new discipline that needs to be taught.
And the thing that is different about this discipline is that the teachers, staff and administrators are also the learners for this, apart from the students (actual learners) of the educational institutions.
The fact that the same technology, product, app or tool can be used for different purposes by different people makes it tougher to find out standard solutions for the educators and learners.
Due to reasons like the one above, teaching this subject is not at all easy. Here are some of the most important things and strong tips I have curated from my discussions with....
As the school year starts, many teachers are wanting to implement flipped learning into their classes. Before you begin, I encourage you to answer each of the questions below.
The purpose of the questions is to help teachers BEGIN the process of flipping their class. This is only the first step. Flipped Class 101 can lead to Flipped Learning, which is a second stage of the Flipped Class. Many teachers are asking for some step by step guidelines as they begin
- What will you flip? (A lesson, a unit/chapter, a subject, or a class)
- Who will make your videos? (Curate, create, or a combination)
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The ultimate goal of teaching is to promote learning. For the most part, learning takes place in many different circumstances and contexts. Although everyone is capable of learning, a student's desire to learn is a vital to mastering new concepts, principles and skills.
Pupils, in general, are endowed with many faculties and multiple learning styles: some learn best in lecture atmospheres, some are motivated by discussions while others absorb best when they read and reflect on what they have read...
Online videos make an incredible teaching tool for educators to supplement their lessons, open up new interests, learn about something they’d like to teach to their students or get inspired by real teaching practices. The Web today has an overwhelming number of such resources available for the educators which are of immense help to them.
Video sites have turned out to be one of the most resourceful tools to aid educators......