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The multimedia below will be viewed and discussed in class.  It has not been through a peer-review process and should not be cited as research.

 


 

This is an updated version of the popular video "Did You Know", which highlights some suprising trends: 

 

E-Learning, Serious Games, and Distance Education

 

Some applications of games for learning and assessment:

 

Tom Chatfield on how games reward the brain:

 

Sasha Barab discusses pedagogy and an immersive 3D learning environment calls "Quest Atlantis":

 

James Paul Gee discusses the use of games for grading:

 

Salman Khan uses videos to reinvent education:

 

"Moodle" is a popular Learning Management System (LMS) that can be used for distance education, or as a supplement to a traditional classroom.  This video uses a simple analogy to describe how it works:

 

An "online teacher" from a "virtual highschool":

 

 

Sugata Mitra on child-driven education through the web:

 

This article discusses the use of games for motivation and evaluation:

http://www.edutopia.org/whats-next-2008-games-assessment

 

 

Assistive Technology

 

Some examples of assistive technology for special needs students are discussed:


 

MIT Graduate, David Merrill, Demonstrates a new technology called "Siftables":

 

 

21st Century Literacies

 

Sir Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity:

 

SKR says Bring on the Learning Revolution:

 

Dan Pink discusses the science of motivation:

Dan Pink: A Whole New Mind 

Amber Case explains how technology is impacting evolution:

 

Mike Matas demonstrates the first fully interactive e-book:

 

Conrad Wolfram suggests teaching math with computers:

 

Chris Anderson on Web Videos and Global Innovation:

 

Carter Emmart on a 3D model of the known universe:

 

Dan Meyer on Math instruction:

 

Howard Gardner on Digital Youth and Ethics:

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