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Twitter in education

Posted on 23 Oct 2014 with 0 comments
Engagement and performance Innovation Social Media Teacher education

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Twitter is considered a powerful microblogging tool with many innovative teachers around the world incorporating it in teaching and learning activities. A recent paper in Open Praxis, titled Student Teachers’ Attitude towards Twitter for Educational Aims  looks at student teachers’ attitudes towards technology and social media for educational purposes.


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eExams

Posted on 16 Oct 2014 with 0 comments
21st century skills Assessment online Innovation Learning environment

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Technology is rapidly changing our world and is transforming learning in many ways. The introduction of laptops, personal devices and learning management systems in schools is changing the infrastructure of learning – it’s only a natural transition that computer-based assessment is implemented to align assessment with learning practices. eExams transforming curriculum describes the eExam System and how it has been used in various degree courses and in the pre-tertiary sector in Tasmania to transition from paper-replacement to post-paper examinations.


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