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What I have learnt about E-Learning by Mind Map: What I have learnt about E-Learning
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What I have learnt about E-Learning

Programs

Scratch

Goanimate

CoverItLive

Mindmeister

Artpad

Pageflakes

Wetpaint

imovie

Garage Band

Audacity

The Shell Party

Inspiration / Kidspiration

Animoto

Glogster

Vuvox

Digied

Toondo

Imaginationcubed

Photostory

LAMS

Interactive White Boards (IWBs)

Classroom Uses

Other Uses

IWB Benefits

IWB limitations

Understanding Constructionism

What is it?

Difference between Constructionism and Constructivism

How to achieve knowledge through Constructionism

Benefits

More information

Why use Technology In the classroom?

Allows the quieter and more retreated students in the class to voice their opinions and be heard

Creates interest and motivation for the students

Enhances research skills.

Helps students gain skills in technology that will help them gain a career in their future

It has endless opportunities and ease for teaching NESB students or even to teach English speaking students a new language

Allows students to work at their own pace especially when at-home tasks are set

Allows teachers to incorporate many KLAs at the one time

Allows students to gain 'student ownership' of their work as well as publish it online

Creates opportunities for both collaborative and individual learning

Can connect parents, teachers and students together to enhance communication and understanding of expectations of class learnings

Allows for much creativity and supports the idea of constructionism

Notes on the video Pay Attention

Our students in today's society are digital learners

Students were born into a digital world where they expect to be able to create, consume, remix, and share material with each other

Over 2.7 billion searches performed on 'google' each month

www = whatever, whenever, and wherever

ipod + podcast = anytime learning

Today's children and teens spend 2.75 hours a week using home computers

People use computers for "richness"

"It's not attention deficit, I'm just not listening"

On average, students get to ask a question only once every 10 hours

Why not use the technology that students love to create/reach/engage/teach more effectively?

When you lose your mobile you lose part of your brain.

Mbile phones have become and interestingly enabling tool. Invented to connect us all together, it has become something much more

There are nearly 90,000,000 ipods out there - why not use them to teach?