Digital Dis-courses is a new 12 part MOOC freely available on the EMMA platform starting from 19 September 2016 which aims to tackle the fundamental question of what it means to be digital. Each of the 12 lessons in this MOOC is led by a distinguished expert in the field of digital culture who will present their own thoughts on what it means to have a digital persona, exploring notions like the digital unconscious, cyberspace relationships, digital identity and connected knowledge. During their modules they will take us through the changing landscape of self, society and technology, transforming hopes and criticism into valuable food for thought. The format is a classic MOOC format with a video lecture and accompanying text-based content. Each expert offers a lesson in their specialist field, and the lessons combine to give an overview of the development of digital culture in recent times. Each lesson is accompanied by links to other materials recommended by the expert. Interaction is encouraged in the Conversation Forum.
You can find out more and enroll here
Saturday LIVE! Show w/ Matt Bergman.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
9am PT/10am MT/11am CT/12pm ET
Amazing Digital Projects for All Students with Google Tools
Join us on Saturday, August 20th, when our special guest will be Matt Bergman.
Remember to follow us on Twitter: #liveclass20
More information and session details are at http://live.classroom20.com. If you're new to the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! show you might want to spend a few minutes viewing the screencast on the homepage to learn how we use Blackboard Collaborate, and navigate the site. Each show begins at 12pm Eastern (GMT-5) and may be accessed in Blackboard Collaborate directly using the following Classroom 2.0 LIVE! link at http://tinyurl.com/cr20live. All webinars are closed captioned.
On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site (http://live.classroom20.com) you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent “ Letters 2 the Next President 2.0"” session with our special guest presenter: Christina Cantrill. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.
Classroom 2.0 LIVE Team: Peggy George, Lorie Moffat, Tammy Moore, Paula Naugle, Steve Hargadon
Visit Classroom 2.0 at: http://www.classroom20.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
prenotazione al corso entro il 6 Gennaio 2014
modulo 1 8 settimane dal 7/1 al 2/3
modulo 2: 8 settimane dal 3/3 al 30/4
I corsi si svolgono esclusivamente online sulla piattaforma didattica http://forumlab.forumlive.net/forumlab/, alla quale occorre essere iscritti. L'iscrizione alla piattaforma come utenti è gratuita e avviene telematicamente comunicando nell'apposito form nome, cognome e un account email attivo.
Corsi Forumlive anno 2014 : didapages, wink, gimp, flash, moodle, audio-vodeo, hotpotatoes ...
o I corsi sono finalizzati all'apprendimento pratico di software didattici e vengono condotti con la professionalità di cui siamo capaci, ma fa parte della nostra filosofia operare in un clima disteso e divertente, in modo da coniugare piacevolmente l'utile e il dilettevole.
o Tutti gli iscritti alla piattaforma vengono informati per tempo via email dell'imminente attivazione di ogni singolo corso
Per accedere ai corsi è necessario:
o Prenotarsi sui form che vengono di volta in volta predisposti sulla homepage della piattaforma
o Versare la quota di partecipazione tramite bonifico bancario su conto intestato a Forumlive, IBAN IT65N0316501600000110484489, Via Flumenargia, 42 - 07100 Sassari. Specificando chiaramente nome, cognome e corso al quale si intende partecipare. Tale quota ammonta a
o 15 euro per ciascun corso per i Soci di Forumlive
o 30 euro per ciascun corso per i non Soci
o Mediamente, ogni corso ha cadenza settimanale e dura dalle 6 alle 8 settimane. Prevede un impegno di circa 2 ore settimanali di collegamento in orari scelti sempre dal corsista (i tutorial vengono messi settimanalmente online e i tutor sono sempre a disposizione per chiarimenti tramite forum ed eventualmente chat). Prevede anche, di tanto in tanto, un'esercitazione pratica sui contenuti proposti e la correzione con valutazione.
Tue Feb 11 1300 GMT MultiMOOC and ICT4ELT EVO sessions joint event - Once a Webhead always a Webhead
An Electronic Village Online event forWeek 5 (Focus) in MultiMOOC EVO session
1300 GMT where you are:
GOT MOOC?: Registration Underway for Free Massive Open Online Course on Planning for the Digital Learning Transition
Beginning January 20, the Alliance and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at North Carolina State University will run a new version of the Planning for the Digital Learning Transition in K–12 Schools massive open online course for educators (DLT MOOC-Ed). Building on the Alliance’s Project 24 initiative, the course will help K–12 educators plan and implement digital learning initiatives that enable their schools and districts to meet educational challenges. Available at no cost, the course will run from January 20 through March 16.
Next-Generation Learning: Preparing for the Common Core Online Assessments
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013
11:00 AM PST | 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 60 minutes
K–12 districts are gearing up for a big transition to digital curriculum. The motivation for this may lie with new common core state standards and the online assessments that are coming soon. The shift from paper and pencil assessments to online will require some BIG changes in how schools do business. However, to effectively establish and sustain readiness for this movement, leaders must consider the people and processes side by side with district policy and technology.
Please join the Center for Digital Education and Whittier Union High School District to discuss challenges and how to support student learning, as well as establish district and school readiness. Learn how to help teachers and administrators determine the necessary curriculum, technology, processes, and infrastructure to enhance success in our schools.
Key considerations we will cover during this live, interactive webinar will include:
Geospatial Tech for STEMx LearningPhillip Davis / Richard Smith
Enroll in this course now!
The GeoTech Center at Del Mar College is engaged in a collaborative effort between colleges, universities, and industry to expand the geospatial workforce. This mini-course will take the form of a Massive Open Online Course that explores the definition of spatial literacy, the use of spatial literacy to increase critical thinking skills across the curriculum, the use of introductory geospatial technology in your discipline area, and the building of digital maps with simple tools such as QGIS and indiemapper. The mini-course is hosted on the Canvas Learning Management System and will require user registration for a free account.
Mini-Course and Registration Schedule:
This mini-course is self-paced and can be started after enrolling.
Crash Course on Gaming and Learning - Mark Chen
STEMx teachers who are familiar with the landscape of gaming have an advantage in thinking about using games or game-inspired activities and mechanics in their classrooms. This mini-course introduces educators to the world of gaming culture through playing games critically and reflectively, as well as participating in online gaming communities and reading game studies, journalism blogs, and texts. Gaming and being a gamer is much more than playing games; it involves engaging with a rich, dynamic cultural world. Learning from games is as much about understanding how to participate in this social world as it is about learning gaming content. Mini-course participants will live stream, record, and share their gaming sessions, making “Let’s Play” videos that focus on how gaming experiences relate to and affect classroom practice and the design of STEMx learning environments. The Let’s Play videos will be uploaded to YouTube, adding to a repository of teacher-oriented gaming videos. Blogging and participating in online forums around current gaming topics and issues will also be required.
GamingEDU: A Fearless Approach to STEMulating Learning Activities
gio, 7 Novembre, 16:00 – 17:00
DescrizionePresented by Joli Barker, third grade teacher at Earl H. Slaughter Elementary School in McKinney, Texas, and TCEA 2013 Classroom Teacher of the Year. Click here for more information and to pre-register for the live session. Click here to join the live session at the scheduled time. Join the Game Based Learning community to participate in online discussions with peers, for invitations to upcoming webinars, to view past webinar recordings, to take a quiz and receive a CE certificate for a past webinar, and for access to more resources. This webinar is co-hosted by edWeb.net and the Education Division of Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA).
thanks to Misy Carmen Ferraris for sharing the link on Edmondo
Foundations of Virtual Instruction
Learn what it takes to teach a K-12 course online! Investigate the history of virtual education, explore innovative tools, and examine key issues related to K-12 virtual instruction. Workload: 2-4 hours/week
Sessions:Sep 30th 2013 (5 weeks longCourse Syllabus
Over five weeks, we will cover the following topics:
Week 1: History of Virtual Education
Week 2: Synchronous and Asynchronous Technologies
Week 3: Transitioning from the Classroom to a Virtual Environment
Week 4: Equity and Access, Funding, and the Law
Week 5: The Future of Virtual Education and Review
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