The Must-Have EdTech Cheat Sheet | Edudemic
“EdTech Cheat Sheet, I think it’s one of the most useful infographics out there today. You should consider printing this out and keeping it handy should you ever come across some crazy term that doesn’t make sense to you.”
E-learning tools and resources for schools and education – Mind Map
E-learning Tools and Resources for Education Mind Map (click the plus signs next to each category of tools to expand and view examples)
Teachnology: Students with smartphones in Stockholm City – Success!
“32 tasks and missions
All in all I pinned 32 pins (POIs) to the map, each pin in a specific location and containing a specific task or mission for the students to do. A task could be things like “What happened in this building 1968?”, “What was the name of the Swedish prime minister who was murdered here and what year was it?””
Bloom’s Taxonomy Re-imagine & Digital Blooms: different ways to approach learning
“Bloom’s Taxonomy for my students. I wanted them to really think about all the different ways that they can approach learning. Learning isn’t just memorization. It isn’t just reading and understanding. Most traditional schooling has them believing that this is all there is to learning. One of my goals over the past year is to help students understand that learning is life. It is a part of everything we do. There is something to be learned in every situation and from everyone we encounter. There are different ways to learn that give us a larger understanding and help us to make connections. That is exciting!”
TEDxStanford – Tina Seelig – A crash course in creativity – YouTube
Linear Algebra | EQUELLA
“the study of linear algebra, the theory and practice of analyzing linear relations and their behavior under linear transformations. Practically every modern technology relies on linear algebra: simplifying the computations required for internet searches, 3-D animation, coordination of safety systems, financial trading, air traffic control, and everything in between. Five major topics are addressed: linear systems of equations, vector spaces, matrices and linear transformations, determinants, similarity, and eigenvalues. This free course may be completed online at any time.”
Mobile leaning nik amanatidis
A Google a Day
Getting to Know Your Blog: A Beginner’s How-To-Guide | Langwitches Blog
“support individual teachers and administrators in getting started with creating and maintaining their classroom or their own professional blog, it was time to create a comprehensive How-To-Guide.
You can directly download the entire How-To-Guide- Getting to Know Your Blog here as a .pdf file.”
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