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13. Is Twitter Effective for Learning in the Primary Classroom?

Henthorn, J. and Cammack, P. (2017). Blogging and tweeting in the classroom: exploring

how effective use of new media can help teaching and learning in primary schools. 486 more words

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Week 10- Predicting the Most Important Trends in Ed Tech

The NMC/CoSN Horizon Report 2016 K-12 Edition reads like a state of the union for educational technology outlining key trends, significant challenges, and important developments in the field.  1,473 more words

Digital Learning

ISTE Standard 4

The school where I currently spend my days working with students faces an uphill challenge surrounding issues of equity and access to technology.  In other words, we are far from a one-to-one correspondence of student to tech, to say the least.   502 more words

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12. What does the research say about educational virtual environments (EVEs) ?

Mikropoulos, T.A., & Natsis, A. (2011). Educational virtual environments: a ten-year

review of empirical research. Computers & Education, 56, 769–780.

This paper reviewed and summarized the last ten years of peer-reviewed empirical research on the educational impact of incorporating virtual reality (VR). 351 more words

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New Google Calendar Tops the Cake!

As an Educator using a shared Google Calendar may be an efficient “Timesaver” to use in collaboration with colleagues and students. My reasoning is due to every-time the calendar is updated it appears instantly in realtime on a colleagues or students shared calendar. 299 more words

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