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50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom
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50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom
Practical strategies for teaching



January 2018 | 288 pages | Learning Matters
This is a practical guide to the use of technology enhanced learning (TEL) in the classroom. Introducing 50 ways to use technology for learning. Areas covered include:

- Gamified learning
- Social media
- Video streaming
- The flipped classroom 
- Instant feedback tools
- And many more.  

Guidance on how to use these technologies for learning is complemented by an exploration of their impact on learning. For each example, the opportunities for evidencing progress are evaluated.

 
Introduction
 
Edtech will always change – quickly
 
1 Formative assessment in the digital age
 
2 Gamification
 
3 The flipped classroom
 
4 Bring your own device (BYOD)
 
5 Social medial literacies
 
Emerging tech
 
6 Artificial intelligence (AI) in education
 
7 Virtual reality (VR)
 
Assessment/assignment tools
 
8 WISEflow
 
9 Comparative judgements – No More Marking
 
10 Spiral
 
11 Goformative
 
12 A Tale Unfolds
 
13 Book Creator
 
14 VoiceThread
 
15 AnswerGarden
 
16 Nearpod
 
17 Turnitin
 
Social media
 
18 Facebook
 
19 Twitter
 
20 Snapchat
 
21 Instagram
 
22 Tumblr
 
23 Pinterest
 
24 Learnium
 
Video and audio tools
 
25 H5P
 
26 YouTube
 
27 EDpuzzle
 
28 TuitionKit
 
29 Panopto
 
30 Podcasting: Audacity and GarageBand
 
Collaborative working
 
31 Padlet
 
32 QR codes
 
33 G Suite for education
 
34 Lino
 
35 Popplet
 
36 MindMapfree
 
37 WordPress
 
38 Notability
 
Games, polls and student response systems
 
39 Sli.do
 
40 Kahoot!
 
41 Quizlet
 
42 GoSoapBox
 
43 Poll Everywhere
 
44 Plickers
 
45 ClassDojo
 
Presentation platforms
 
46 Explain Everything
 
47 Infographics
 
48 Canva
 
49 PowerPoint
 
50 iSpring

Sample Materials & Chapters

Chapter 1: Formative assessment in the digital age


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