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Teaching and Learning - Blooms, etc

Page history last edited by Teachesict 8 years, 3 months ago

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Browse the lists below to find resources to help you deliver this section of #digitalstudies

Resources are not added in any order; however, to make it easier to find something that you can use in the classroom, each column can be sorted by simply clicking on the top row.

 

Resource Type  Date Published Name or related to Cost / additional resources Description from resource Description of how resource can be used  If this resource is originally yours please add your twitter ID here Added to wiki by: 
Article - Codeboom 17 June 2012 Which type of computing teacher are you? Free

Well I think it’s fair to say that even from a cursory glance round the excellent CAS conference last week, we are a fairly stereotypical lot. I thought it might be entertaining to have a tongue in cheek look at the types of Computing teacher I’ve met. Warning – blatant stereotypes ahead!

  @codeboom @teachesict
Website   Educational Origami Free

Educational Origami is a blog and a wiki, about 21st Century Teaching and Learning.

This wiki is not just about the integration of technology into the classroom, though this is certainly a critical area, it is about shifting our educational paradigm. The world is not as simple as saying teachers are digital immigrants and students digital natives. In fact, we know that exposure to technology changes the brains of those exposed to it. The longer and stronger the exposure and the more intense the emotions the use of the technology or its content evokes, the more profound the change. This technology is increasingly ubiquitous. We have to change how we teach, how we assess, what we teach, when we teach it, where we are teaching it, and with what.  Its a tall order, but these are exciting times.

An incredible amount of resources in an easy to navigate wiki   @teachesict
Website   aMap Paid

At its heart, aMap is about helping people get to grips with complex (or otherwise) issues and getting people thinking – so are ideal for use in the classroom for lessons like Critical Thinking and other philosophical based subjects . . .

The underlying structuring of aMaps is based around “informal logic” – this is the logic people use to argue in everyday life.  Informal logic has a four-tiered structure:

- Your position (I think . . .) – what you think overall
- Propositions (Because . . .) – reasons that support your position
- Arguments (As . . .) – supporting arguments that back up each of your propositions
- Evidence (Supported by . . .) – supporting evidence to back up your arguments

    @teachesict
EBook   Bloom's Digital Taxonomy   This is an update to Bloom's Revised Taxonomy to account for new behaviours, actions and learning opportunities emerging as technology advances and becomes more ubiquitous.  Bloom's Revised Taxonomy accounts for many of the traditional classroom practices, behaviours and actions but does not account for the new processes and actions associated with web 2.0 technologies and increasing ubiquitous computing.     @teachesict
Article   The Cult of TED   Once a select forum of the great and good, the Technology Entertainment and Design (TED) conference now has millions of avid online fans. How did an elite ideas-sharing gathering go mainstream?   @BBC_magazine @teachesict

 

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