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Christmas 2013

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dorothy Hastings Dec 2, 2013. 1 Reply

An experiment - a Facebook page

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Colleen Young replied to Sandra Jones's discussion Favorite Web 2.0 Tools
"My own particular interest is Mathematics and I have lots of favourites! I'd say have a look at WolframAlpha though because it is useful for many subjects, not just Maths - some useful links here, including queries for younger…"
Monday
Colleen Young replied to A.Flore Vergne's discussion padlet and embedding
"I agree, it's a really good tool. When you are logged in, look at the icons on the right, you will see one is for Share/Export. There is a note on WordPress, you can only embed using a self-hosted blog on WordPress.org. I believe you can copy…"
Sunday
Colleen Young replied to Emmanuel Mkpojiogu's discussion Usability of Classroom 2.0
"(It's Colleen!) For me this is just a forum, that's its function - it is easy to use, clean & simple interface, very reliable. I can take part in conversations here if I wish, it is easy to post a link if I wish to. I don't use…"
Saturday
Colleen Young replied to Emmanuel Mkpojiogu's discussion Usability of Classroom 2.0
"Emmanuel, Classroom 2 is a forum primarily for educators it's not something I would use in class with students."
Saturday
Colleen Young replied to Emmanuel Mkpojiogu's discussion Usability of Classroom 2.0
" I am not quite sure what your study is trying to achieve Emmanuel. Classroom 2.0 is very easy to use - but I think it's a shame the front page is full of so many threads with so few replies - I'm sure that wasn't the case when I…"
Friday
Colleen Young replied to James Annunziato's discussion Online white board for math tutoring
"I see that people still click on the link here - note that I completely updated this popular post on writing mathematics online."
Mar 29
Colleen Young replied to Barbara's discussion Math on Netbooks- Math and Web2.0
"Totally agree with WolframAlpha suggestion - something I use just about every day and many of my students check answers on WolframAlpha. Slideshows for syntax here. Another favourite of mine has to be the outstanding Desmos graphing…"
Mar 11
Colleen Young replied to David Chiles's discussion When to reply to emails?
"If I happen to be online and an email appears that I can very quickly deal with I would reply straight away. I don't think you should expect to respond to all emails as quickly as you suggest - certainly promptly but not that fast - you would…"
Mar 11
Colleen Young replied to James Fogle's discussion The Effective Use of Educational Technology in the Classroom - When is it too much?
"I like to use resources in the classroom that my students can then use at home if they wish to do so. I teach Maths and I regularly use WolframAlpha & the Desmos graphing calculator for example - both superb examples of resources…"
Feb 15
Colleen Young replied to Dave Eveland's discussion How to do a screenshot.
"I love that snipping tool - so easy to use. Take a picture and then copy it and paste wherever you want. I use it every day! Created my slides for a blog post today using it."
Feb 1
Colleen Young replied to Sini Hyytiäinen's discussion Using video tools in the classroom
"I think there's more to flipping the classroom than videos! My version of a 'flipped' homework is something they prepare at home that can then be built on and used in class and it need not involve a single video!  I find that…"
Dec 8, 2013
Colleen Young replied to Karen Cameron's discussion How to Put a Little Power Into Your Students’ Power Point Presentations
"For a very clear way to illustrate some of these points just show them Don McMillan's 'Life After Death by PowerPoint'! Scroll to the end of this post for link..pausing on the way to check some of the other links provided."
Dec 6, 2013
Dorothy Hastings replied to Colleen Young's discussion Christmas 2013
"Christmas is less than a month now and the shops are getting busier already. It is a time for family and leisure,  also it is an occasion of hope and joy, filled with happiness and celebrations. To participate in the festivities,…"
Dec 2, 2013
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Christmas 2013

In case it's useful to anybody - some Christmas resources:...and you just have to love Wordpress - look at that snow!Seriously - I am so impressed withe Wordpress - use it for all my blogs - and it just works!See More
Dec 1, 2013
Colleen Young replied to mouhssine kharbach's discussion The use of higher order thinking skills in the classroom
"My own collection of Bloom's links."
Sep 16, 2013
Colleen Young replied to mouhssine kharbach's discussion Do's and Don'ts of social media
"I like that - very clear and many good points. I follow the universities on Twitter / Facebook attended by my children out of interest (am a UK teacher as well as Mum!) it is interesting to see how well they can promote themselves using social…"
Aug 7, 2013

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At 11:16pm on June 26, 2013, Suad Malik said…

Hi, I am Suad Malik. I would appreciate if you add some view to my discussion about the barriers faced by institutes in being able to embed ICT .

Would you kindly share the kind of  barriers you see in your institution? 

At 11:23am on June 26, 2013, nishatkashir said…

 

I agree that it is vital to  make the teachers aware of the upcoming educational technology and hey need to be trained and equipped with these resources.  Therefore, the responsibility lies on the institution to equip the teachers with latest educational technology. sufficient training will increase their levels of engagement in ICT. Its true that even a small number of people can be a source of inspiration for others provided  they share their good practices with each other. Most of the teachers complain about he amount of time spent on planning the IT lesson and prefer to teach with traditional ways of teaching 

At 8:38am on June 26, 2013, AMBREEN AMER said…

Hi, I am Ambreen Amer. I would appreciate if you add some view to my discussion about the barriers faced by institutes in being able to embed ICT fully as I am doing a project on it.

At 11:21pm on June 25, 2013, nishatkashir said…

hi Colleen, I am Nishat Kashir and working as a Mathematics curruculum coordinator. While training the teachers the barriers in the successful implementation of ICT in teaching are their incompetencies, lack of moyivation and confidence  in using new technologies. A lot of training and motivation is required.

Would you kindly share the kind of  barriers you see in your institution? 

At 3:41pm on August 18, 2009, Mark Cruthers said…
Hi Colleen,

With your interest in Online Whiteboards, I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom and authorstream's power point presentation platform. Both are web based platforms, have a bunch of features and free basic service.

Here’s a Public Class on Technology Integration you might be interested in.
 
 
 

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