Beyond the Headline: Online News Verification game
This game available in the form of a short poster is available from EAVI and can be used to show students some of the critical and visual cues we can use to quickly judge the veracity of online content.
Using Creative Technologies in Elementary Math
The Using Creative Technologies in Elementary Math guide provides articles, samples, and lessons to help you find new ideas and approaches that will work for your elementary students. Math is about numbers, but it can also be drawn, manipulated, interpreted, measured, and constructed.
In the Using Creative Technologies in Elementary Math guide you can find:
- A creative approach to building number sense and problem-solving
- Connecting math to art
- Creating visual representations of mathematic concepts
The guide includes lesson plans where:
- students practice counting through the creation of a holiday counting book.
- students compose images from shapes, describe their composition, and create their own version of the book, The Shape of Things.
- students explore length, width, perimeter, and surface area, convert measurements, and work with 2-D representations of 3-D objects.
- students create original artwork and manipulate images to demonstrate understanding of line symmetry.
- students improve multiplication skills by skip counting and creating multiplication word problems.
- The strategies and lessons in this guide will help you engage students in mathematical thinking through creative technology tools.
Making in Math
Exploring Line Symmetry
Now That's a Problem
The 13 Days of Halloween
The Shape of Things
Dream Room Design
Additional ideas from real student projects
EJN 5-point test for hate speech
This infographic has been created by the Ethical Journalists Network (EJN) and although primarily aimed at journalists can also be used by teachers as part of their media literacy activities. The idea behind the infographic is to help navigate through the current media landscape minefield and take into consideration the wider context in which people express themselves. What is important is to focus not just on what is said, but what is intended. It’s not just a matter of law or socially acceptable behaviour; it’s a question of whether speech aims to do others harm, particularly at moments when there is the threat of immediate violence.
The Oscars Teacher's Guide Series
It offers teacher guides for exploring the Art and Science of Motion Pictures. It includes lessons on critical thinking and creative writing, for developing visual literacy skills.
In this document Christina dePian gives you tips on how to make a animation film
Kein Kind ohne digitale Kompetenzen
This publication supports educators in preparing their students for their digital lives.
Gebrauchsanweisung für dieses Handbuch
Die Digitalen Kompetenzen im Überblick
Digitale Kompetenzen für die Teilhabe an der Gesellschaft
- Kulturtechnik: Lesen & Schreiben sind wichtig – nicht nur am Papier!
- IKT hat gesellschaftliche Bedeutung
- Ausbilden für die Zukunft
- Veränderungen durch digitale Technologien
Digitale Kompetenzen der Personen
- Schüler/innen heute: Demotivierte Schüler/innen sind störende Schüler/innen
- Auf die Lehrenden kommt’s an!
- Gemeinsam geht’s leichter! Teamteaching
Digitale Kompetenzen für die Schule als Organisation
- Schulentwicklung: Unsere Schule wird besser!
- Testen, Prüfen und Schummeln
- Zusammenstellung von politisch-strategischen Aussagen und Empfehlungen
- Da geht’s weiter - Hilfe und Unterstützung im Internet
- Digitale Kompetenzen – Definition aus www.digikomp.at
Guide for teens: Think Before You Share
Tips from Facebook and Mediasmarts about sharing and making decisions online. Dedicated to teens
Think before you share
Tips from facebook and mediasmarts
Your own stuff
Next, ask yourself
Passwords are not social
An image lasts forever
Gone in seconds, but maybe not gone forever
Think before you share.
Other people’s stuff
Fixing things if they go wrong
How to use thesocial reporting toolnote
eProf Research: Skills, access, use and attitudes towards ICT for teachers in secondary education in Romania
Report analysis of ICT training needs for Romanian secondary school teachers
1.1. Contextul, Obiectivele şi Temele
1.3. Cum poate fi utilizat acest raport
2. Cunoştinţele şi abilităţile de TIC ale profesorilor
2.1. Familiaritatea cu TIC şi e-learning
2.2. Auto-evaluarea generală a abilităţilor TIC
2.3. Abilități de utilizare a calculatorului pentru muncă de birou
2.4. Abilităţi de bază privind computerele şi reţelele
2.5. Abilităţi legate de Internet
2.6. Abilităţi TIC după caracteristici demografice
3. Interesul şi informaţia despre TIC şi alte subiecte
3.1. Interesul în TIC comparativ cu alte subiecte
3.2. Nivelul de informare despre TIC şi alte subiecte
3.3. Sursele de informare în general, despre disciplina predată şi despre TIC
4. Accesul la TIC şi la suport tehnic
4.1. Accesul la TIC la domiciliu
4.2. Accesul la TIC în şcoli
4.3. Disponibilitatea suportului tehnic TIC în şcoli
5. Utilizarea TIC şi programele de instruire în TIC
5.1. Frecvenţa şi scopul utilizării TIC la şcoală
5.2. Participarea anterioară la cursuri de instruire în TIC
5.3. Evaluarea intenţiilor de folosire şi instruire viitoare în TIC
6. Atitudini şi percepţii în legătură cu utilizarea TIC
6.1. Percepția utilităţii în folosirea TIC
6.2. Atitudini faţă de noutate în educație
6.3. Percepţia ușurinței de utilizare a TIC
6.4. Percepţia compatibilităţii TIC cu activitatea desfăşurată
6.5. Percepţia impactului reputațional al utilizării TIC
6.6. Vizibilitatea folosirii tehnologiei
6.7. Percepţia presiunii instituționale de a folosi și de a se instrui în TIC.59
7.1. Limitări ale studiului
7.2. Concluzii şi Recomandări
Net Children Go Mobile- Research
Mobile internet access and use among European children. Initial findings of the Net Children Go Mobile project.
1.2 The policy agenda
1.3 The project
1.4 Framework and methodology
1.5 This report
2. Access and use
2.1 Where children use the internet
2.2 How children access the internet
2.4 Age of first use
2.5 Parental uses of the internet smartphones and tablets
3. Online activities
3.1 Types of online activities
3.2 Smartphone users
3.3 Tablet users
3.4 Social networking and media sharing platforms
4. Summary of findings and preliminary observations
6. The network
Facebook Guide for Educators
The guide is aimed at educators working with young people within schools, colleges, universities, work based learning, formal and informal learning settings. It looks at the way in which Facebook can be used as a tool to:
• Support subject teaching across the curriculum
• Support out of school hours learning
• Encourage informal social learning
• Enable easy communication between students, teachers and parents
• Support the development of digital citizenship skills
The guide aims to be practical and hands on, but is not exhaustive. Innovative uses of Facebook are being developed all of the time and as such The Facebook team has created a Facebook for Educators Page run by educators for educators, to share their experiences and recommendations across the UK and beyond. To like the page, and join the conversation visit www.facebook.com/educationfoundationuk
What is Facebook?
Why did we do this?
What did we learn?
Who is this guide written for?
How we wrote this guide?
Facebook as a tool for teaching and learning
Uses for Facebook in and around the classroom
Facebook in the real world – Wellington College
Facebook in the real world – London Nautical School
Getting started with Facebook – useful tools, privacy and safety
Introducing Facebook at your school – what can help make the process easier?