sabato 30 maggio 2015

FAQ — CLMOOC 2015 - Morocutti

http://clmooc.educatorinnovator.org/2015/faq/


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Come+agevola+l'apprendimento+la+GAMIFICATION?

Link: http://www.youreduaction.it/come-agevola-lapprendimento-gamification/


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5 video che ogni docente deve aver visto — Your Edu Action

http://www.youreduaction.it/5-video-che-ogni-docente-deve-aver-visto/


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Come Insegnare ad uno studente Dislessico — Your Edu Action

http://www.youreduaction.it/insegnare-ad-uno-studente-dislessico/


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Dieci Regole d'Oro per Complicare la Vita al Tuo Gruppo di Lavoro — Your Edu Action

http://www.youreduaction.it/complicare_la_vita_al_tuo_gruppo/


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The Tools to Flip Your Classroom Shelf | edshelf

https://edshelf.com/shelf/jakeduncan-tools-to-flip-your-classroom/ Per trovare recensioni di app

Mini guida per il prof digitale

http://blog.tecnosistemi.com/posts/2015/maggio-2105/chiudete-i-libri,-aprite-i-pc-la-lezione-si-fa-in-rete-guida-alle-soluzioni-per-il-prof-digitale/


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domenica 24 maggio 2015

Dal big bang al neolitico

Ottimo uso delle tecnologie in classe

https://slate.adobe.com/a/0663y

Dal big bang al neolitico: bellissimo lavoro

https://slate.adobe.com/a/0663y


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Random Item / Person selector / Generator fruit machine scelte a caso

http://primaryschoolict.com/random-name-selector/


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Video didattici interattivi con Mad Video

http://www.robertosconocchini.it/lavorare-con-i-video/4318-video-didattici-interattivi-con-mad-video.html


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Stepup.io: dividere un video youtube in pezzi condivisibili singolarmente

http://www.robertosconocchini.it/lavorare-con-i-video/4088-stepupio-dividere-un-video-di-youtube-in-pezzi-condivisibili-singolarmente.html


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NicerTube: alternativa "protetta" a Youtube

http://www.robertosconocchini.it/lavorare-con-i-video/4836-nicertube-alternativa-qprotettaq-a-youtube.html


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lunedì 11 maggio 2015

EDMODOCON : INCONTRO VIRTUALE

EdmodoCon is a live online event where educators from around the world connect with each other to share how they're using Edmodo and other digital tools to personalize learning. The educational collaboration event of the year, EdmodoCon is streamed live from the San Francisco Bay Area and designed to help you partner with other teachers, discover valuable new resources, and feel inspired to harness the power of edtech in your classroom.


Mancano 84 giorni.


Learning diary tabella by Solène Faupin
Marijana Smolčec Paola Ferrari Rosa Luisa Gaspar Jorge Dias (with Sway) Luis Calix Helena Serdoura Rui Lima (primary school - app ClassFlow and games with Kodu)

venerdì 8 maggio 2015

Have you tried out the flipped classroom model already? If so, share your experiences here. You've never heard of the model before but are curious to try it out? How would you start to implement it in your school and classroom context?




Share any other apps and tools you know about for personalisation and flipping the classroom.






How do you form groups of students for group work and why do you take this approach? Based on your experience what strategies of forming groups work and which do not work? Why?
I form the groups in different ways:
1 - the children choose the companions
2 - the choice is random (the draw or play with random selection)
3 - I choose students groups
The first system is fine during the first years of teamwork and later when the work takes more lessons. The second system is good for the students to get used to working with everyone and discover the good qualities of each colleague. The third way I use it when I have to work for groups with different skills.
It's important to change often the groups, so the children focus more on what to do and learn to do the job as best they can.
How do you keep your students focused and on track during collaborative projects? How do you ensure all students contribute to the task?
During collaborative projects I support the work of the groups and this makes it easier to focus on the goal. If the job takes more lessons, I I program with the children the work at the beginning, then we dedicate time to evaluate the work made and to adjust the planning if necessary.
What other strategies have you used to assess group work? What are the main challenges for you when it comes to assessing group work? Assess the work of the group is not easy. I usually assess the final outcome, I observe the work of the children during the learning process and then I prepare the individual exercises to understand what each child has learned from the work done. I like the idea that every student builds a learning diary, so the children can reflect while they work, then it can be useful for the assessment. I think it's also important to explain the assessment rubric before starting a job, even if for small children is not always easy.




Luis Calix

Bianco per tutti


Learning diary tabella by Solène Faupin


Learning diary tabella by Solène Faupin

Rui Lima (primary school - app ClassFlow and games with Kodu)



http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/11/the-seven-learning-styles-teachers.html?m=1
The Seven Learning Styles Teachers should Be Aware of 

Astrid (by Thinglink)

How do you form groups of students for group work and why do you take this approach? Based on your experience what strategies of forming groups work and which do not work? Why?
I form the groups in different ways:
1 - the children choose the companions
2 - the choice is random (the draw or play with random selection)
3 - I choose students groups
The first system is fine during the first years of teamwork and later when the work takes more lessons. The second system is good for the students to get used to working with everyone and discover the good qualities of each colleague. The third way I use it when I have to work for groups with different skills.
It's important to change often the groups, so the children focus more on what to do and learn to do the job as best they can.



How do you keep your students focused and on track during collaborative projects? How do you ensure all students contribute to the task?
During collaborative projects I support the work of the groups and this makes it easier to focus on the goal. If the job takes more lessons, I I program with the children the work at the beginning, then we dedicate time to evaluate the work made and to adjust the planning if necessary.



The Learning Diary includes answers to the questions raised in each module This is an excellent Learning Diary. It is very comprehensive as you have taken lots of great notes on each of the videos and questions in the modules. As a result it will be a great resource to review the entire course at a later stage. In fact I will keep your link so that I can revisit your Diary later myself J. The Learning Diary shows that the author has reflected about the questions and topics raised on the course in the context of her/his own situation While you address the module questions, your answers remain fairly brief and there is only a very general link to your own situation. There are also some questions where you don’t make a link to your situation at all. It would be more helpful if you would have identified some concrete situations in your classroom or school in the answers. The Learning Diary includes a lesson plan that follows all the criteria identified in section 4.8.1 This is a great lesson plan integrating many elements covered in the course and making use of tablets. You could build in even more use of tablets for content creation, for example why not have the students create quizzes for their peers using the tablets rather than completing the prepared one. The plan has a very good balance of activities and there is a clear link to the stated aims. The Learning Diary includes resources, posts, ideas, etc. directly from the course, from other course participants or from anywhere on the web that are relevant to the topics discussed. You have done a great job at collecting resources from many different sources. I like how you have built yourself a catalogue of apps that you plan to use and how you have copy and pasted interesting comments from your colleagues on the course.

“Maestra, ho letto un libro!” |

http://laboratoriointerattivomanuale.com/2015/05/07/maestra-ho-letto-un-libro/


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Mini guida di didattica digitale per gli insegnanti del futuro

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