Ceres provides a collective catalog of teaching and learning resources gathered by various organizations involved in the production and collection of digital resources.
During this one hour EdTech Webinar, participants will not only learn about the Ceres catalog of pedagogical resources but also explore practical ways to use such resources in their own work. A brief demonstration of some of the catalog's advanced search features will be followed by informal interactions focused on concrete usage of online resources to lead to full appropriation by everyone involved.
Two professional development sessions presented by Heritage College, with guest speaker Alexandre Enkerli, from VTÉ, broadcasted live on APOP_online, February 12 and 26, 2015.
These two sessions are meant to help participants cope with issues related to Google's productivity tools like Docs, Slides, and Sheets. Through hands-on experimentation and other activities, we will explore the pedagogical potential for Google's apps as well as their potential pitfalls.
Second language teachers as well as teachers of literature are familiar with the burden of checking the grammar of their students' writing. Software or online applications to (...)
The concept of a serious game in education has been "interpreted" in various ways, giving rise to many very different games -so much so that it is increasingly difficult to figure (...)