Why It’s Okay To Be A Non-Techy Teacher by @Edsby


Should individual teachers have to assess the pros and cons for themselves of systems like Edsby , Google Classroom, Edmodo, Schoology or Moodle? Moodle?), A digital divide between teachers hurts students. If you’re a teacher, chances are you were taught how to teach. You likely didn’t get training on how to be an IT guru. Which is why it’s so wonderful that some teachers are doing as much as they are when it comes to figuring out technology in their classrooms.

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No Teacher is an Island – Mary-Joyce Arekion, Mauritius

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In 2011, Arekion became an MIEE national winner with her project “Bridging Digital Divide,” and she continues to seek the best ways to engage her students in 21 st century learning. This great adventure was not over yet as in 2011, I represented the school and the country again in the regional forum in Aqaba, Jordan as a national winner with a project titled, “Bridging Digital Divide.”. Website I check every day: University Of Mauritius, Moodle.

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What the flip?

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Another objection to the flipped classroom is the digital divide. The difference is that new digital tools enable teachers to coach large classes: one-on-one tutoring, scaled by the web.' The most fundamental criticism of the flipped classroom model (argues the Innovative Educator website ), is that it is based on the old instructional model of education - which we all know is no longer appropriate nor relevant in this digital age.

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Also off campus, not on-: “ Unemployed Detroit Residents Are Trapped by a Digital Divide.” From IMS Global : “ Competency-Based Education and Extended Transcripts: IMS Global Learning Consortium Enabling Better Digital Credentialing.” ” Via the BBC : “ Microsoft accused of Windows 10 upgrade ‘nasty trick’ ” Via Campus Technology : “ Moodle Intros Full Support for Competency-Based Ed.” Education Politics.