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Dr Jerome Buenviaje from the University of the Philippines (Dilman) lectures on 21st Century Literacy Skills. He covers media, information and ICT literacies essential to both teachers and today's students. He also discusses how to make media education a meaningful and integrated part of classroom practice.
This workbook provides the first session to the Module: Promoting student engagement through the application of technology to develop active learning: ‘Active Learning with Technology’
The aim of this module is to promote active student learning by the use of technology in teaching practice. Participants will engage in a reflective process to identify and develop potential areas of active learning and participation within their practice. They will then evaluate and assess technological options to apply within a given session, module or programme.
Today’s learners use a variety of technologies to access knowledge resources and interact globally with people. These interactions create a digital society that affords learners opportunities for education, entertainment and social interaction. Consequently, teachers should consider harnessing this know-how to create learning experiences that advance the curriculum objectives and respond to the directives of the national policy studied in unit 1.
In this unit we will evaluate pedagogical approaches to using ICT in such a way that it supports the teaching of curriculum objectives.
In this unit, we are going to take a closer look at what the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) say about assessment. Just by their name, one assumes they have some important things to tell us.
We are also going to look at the overall cycle of assessment. Assessment is not a once off event like a test or exam. That test of exam is just a part of the assessment cycle. We will go into more of the details of parts of the assessment cycle in later units.
This module provides some advice about managing grades and exams in an online environment. This module is part of the Best Practices in Online Teaching Course created by Penn State University World Campus as a guide for faculty who are new to teaching in an online environment.
This lesson is going to walk through the timeline of birth control. You will need to print out the birth control note guide for them to fill out while the read the SoftChalk.
The course originally was develop as a one of the tools that help participant from the ERASMUS+ training course. During the project, course was enrich in contest by work of all participants and established as an open education source for everyone. Now, its main objective is to promote form of social cooperative among youth from European countries. Moreover it contest more than just information about social cooperative legal form in few European countries. It is build in motivational and nonformal way, thanks to that it provide various different components, such as: soft skills learning, q&a, information about IT tools in education and lots of information about EU Programs.
ISTE Standards for Educators - Standard 6: Facilitator b. Manage the use of technology and student learning straategies in digital platforms, virtual environments, hands on makerspaces or in the field.This lesson is an introduction to Google Classroom for teachers. The Google Classroom app is a digital tool that allows teachers and students to learn and create in a paperless environment.
This task is tied to a part of our PBL unit. Students are to create a video tutorial of an exercise or movement related to a sport and explain the proper way of completing it.
This unit is the third in a series of five. Module 12, that is units 50-54, is meant to be experienced in sequence as the units are designed to work together. They identify a number of issues that need to be addressed when designing a learning environment that embraces 21st Century Skills. In this unit we will look how students can build an online learning environment to interact with both class members and potentially the community.
Curriculum Design and Educational Technology is a course offered by the University of Washington Tacoma Education Program. The course recognizes the reality that K-12 teachers are often forced to alter or update existing curriculum or create units of curriculum from scratch. Knowing some methods of curriculum design and instructional design can assist teachers in meeting this need for both classroom instruction and online instruction.
In this face to face or flipped lesson, students will examine some of the culture and traditions associated with Puerto Rico. Then, they will compare and contrast what they've learned with one of the other countries we have researched (either Costa Rica or Argentina). They will do this using the questioning prompt, "I Used to Think... But Now I Think...".(ACTFL Standards: Cultures - 2.1 & Comparisons - 4.2)
A resource for teachers who want to create a website for their classroom. Three platforms are explored in this lesson: Weebly, Wix and Google Sites. The "why" of having a class website as well the "what" to have on the class website are parts of this lesson. In this lesson teachers will be participating in the Connect-Extend-Challenge Activity. For this activity, the teacher will consider what they have just read and seen in the lesson and then ask themself:How are the ideas and information presented connected to what you already knew?What new ideas did you get that extended or broadened your thinking in new directions?What challenges have come up in your mind from the ideas and information presented?