Patric Lougheed

No longer seeking knowledge for myself but for my children.

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15 Technologies That Were Supposed to Change Education Forever

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Every generation has its shiny new technology that’s supposed to change education forever. In the 1920s it was radio books. In the 1930s it was television lectures. Here in the second decade of the 21st century, it seems the Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) is the education tech of tomorrow. Let’s hope it pans out better than previous attempts.

See on paleofuture.gizmodo.com

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Digital Literacy Multimodal Media

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"This presentation is about teaching and learning practices.It is about why I believe schools need to become future focussed.
2014 Learning CultureJohn Hattie’s research indicates that when employing computers, students learning achievements increase when students have control of their learning. Learning achievement is lower when the teacher and or the system has control. The learning culture of each school will define the look and feel of classroom activity. How students learn with technology will depend on - who is controlling the technology, a variety of tools and expectations of learning output.”
See on jjfb-bennett.blogspot.com.au

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The new Chrome feature “Supervised users”: Step forward in online security

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Google has recently released the new Chrome features “Noisy tabs” and “Supervised users”. Although “Supervised users” feature is still in BETA, it gives us a clue what Google strives for. It seems that Google makes the first steps in parental controls right within the Chrome browser. It is kind of free web filtering service in the early development age. - See more at: http://www.howtodigitalstuff.com/chrome-supervised-users/#sthash.GrKX7GGa.dpuf

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