Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Importance of Asking Questions to Promote Higher-Order Competencies

What is the importance of asking questions? In this article written by Maurice Elias we can find some very good examples of how to use questions in the classroom to promote higher order thinking among our students. Read the full

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Nature Sound Map – the sounds of nature

Nature Sound Map offers an enjoyable and interactive way of exploring the natural sounds of our planet. The website combines high-quality field recordings with the latest satellite imagery and brings together some of nature’s most beautiful, interesting and inspiring sounds.

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Reel – online presentation tool

Reel is an online presentation tool that makes it easy for users to create presentations and share them online. No specialised software is needed for creating the presentation only a browser. What is more, the audience can view the presentation

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How to choose your news

Do you have a problem in explaining to your students how to choose which news to consume and how to reach truth? This short video will help you initiate a classroom discussion about the role of social media and how the end-user can

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eduCanon: Create interactive videos – the easy way

eduCanon is a Web 2.0 service that allows teachers to add questions to videos from YouTube, Vimeo or TeacherTube to assess student understanding. The service is free and users can make their videos public or only for other registered users

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