Category Archives: Learning and Teaching through ICT
Assessment and feedback and Technology?
Using Technology for Formative Assessment to Improve Students’ Learning The article focuses on the importance of technology in the classes but also the need for formative assessment. Formative assessments give the students feedback on their learning process. For the teachers, it shows their teaching effectiveness. Different technology is classroom response structures. The apps are providingContinue reading “Assessment and feedback and Technology?”
Classroom future (Groshell, 2017) The first article focuses on the classroom of the past and future. It asks why the classrooms look the same as the classes were in the past. The teacher has an instructional position in the class. Learners should listen and remember what the teacher is telling them. Later it changed aContinue reading “Classroom future”
Blog Resources for teaching online due to school closures. When the Covid-19 came into the world, education moved at home and for teachers online. Schools were not sure how to teach online. This blog presents guides for teachers. With many graphics that other teachers shared, that should help them.
Learning Management Systems (LMS)
This website link shows more than 1000 Learning Management Systems (LMS). The website is a search machine that can help schools filter a specific LMS working for their school as a short description is given by the search machine to understand the LMS given.
South West Grid for Learning (SWGFL). Safe, secure and Online, are the main points of the business. SWGFL is a charity dedicated to allowing the safe and secure use of technology through advanced services, content, tools and policy. The main focus for the website is the Unites Kingdom, but they want to reach out globally.Continue reading “SWGFL”
Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition (SAMR) Model
This video explains what is the SAMR Model, with the four-level, taxonomy-based approach. The Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition (SAMR) model is a four-level, taxonomy-based method of seeing how technology might impact teaching and learning.
Seesaw is a classroom free website for the teachers and an app for the learners. It is a platform whereby the learners record and share their process of learning. Each learner received their code to log in. In the app, learners have their journals and can add things like photo’s, video’s, drawings and notes. FamiliesContinue reading “Seesaw”
Study.com is an online learning platform. With plenty of open online courses for students and teachers. The website provides personalised learning and tools for teachers to engage their students in class and at home. The company is founded and based in California. The Study.com website provides mini-courses over 5-10 minutes animated video lessons. The studentsContinue reading “Study.com”
Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction?
Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction? “The flipped classroom is a teaching model that movesmost of the teacher-centred instruction out of the classroomto free up time in the classroom for more student-centredlearning activities” (Låg & Sæle, 2019, p. 1). When we discuss the use of technology in the classes, most articles discuss theContinue reading “Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction?”