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The Future of Teaching

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The Future of Teaching

According to ingenious-science young generations in future are going to need skills in MATH, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, and FOREIGN LANGUAGES, people will have to be creative, be able to solve problems and be team players. The European Union is working on many projects to reach the aim; one of the projects is engaging schools in modern teaching.

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Flipped Class at University B2/C1

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Flipped Class at University Level B2/C1

Are you teaching Technical English to science students and can’t make videos yourself? Here is one simple idea and some links that will help you make your lessons more interesting.

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Digital Games, Simulations and Teaching

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Digital Games, Virtual Simulations and Modern Teaching

Digital games and virtual simulations have been part of the learning process for a long time now. As technology develops, we are able to use more realistic simulations in order to learn how complicated processes in different subjects work, like in engineering or medicine;

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Tips to use digital games in class

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Tips to start using digital games in classroom

What can go wrong?  (It does not necessarily mean it has to)

Apart from technical problems, you should be prepared to have students who will perhaps not like the idea of playing, won’t like the game you have chosen first or won’t take it seriously. Here are a couple of tips to avoid some problems.

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Introduction to Digital Games in School

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Digital Games in Class. Something from another world?

If you are looking for a change in methodology, a different way of using media in class, interactive content for mobile devices and computers to round up the lesson, try EDUGAMES.

What are E D U G A M E S ? Edugames are educational games used for school. There are a wide variety of games ready to use and many ways of using other games in class, no matter what subject you teach, how old your students are, or what kind of school you work in. This introduction contains five different ways of using games, they are separated in levels according to the time and effort a teacher might need to deal with them.

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Introduction to Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning
Mobile devices in class? In many schools mobile devices are strictly forbidden. Students are good at handling mobile devices because they love them. Do we really want to waste such interests and talents?

Mobile Learning means using all kinds of mobile devices to learn anytime, anywhere: Reader, GPS, smartphone, flip camera, play station portable, mp4, mobile phone, ipad, iphone, ipod, video camera. That does not mean that teachers have to teach 24 hours a day. It means that we have a whole world of teaching possibilities to explore as students carry their access to knowledge with them everywhere. Mobile Learning is modern learning.

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Introduction to Digital Games in School

Digital Games in Class. Something from another world?

If you are looking for a change in methodology, a different way of using media in class, interactive content for mobile devices and computers to round up the lesson, try EDUGAMES.

What are E D U G A M E S ? Edugames are educational games used for school. There are a wide variety of games ready to use and many ways of using other games in class, no matter what subject you teach, how old your students are, or what kind of school you work in. This introduction contains five different ways of using games, they are separated in levels according to the time and effort a teacher might need to deal with them.

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Who applies Mobile Learning?

 Many schools have been using mobile devices to teach. Some schools even have their own apps. Universities rely on Mobile Learning because of the advantages. Primary schools use mobile devices because they have proved to be useful in many ways, for example for disabled kids. Many schools talk about their experiences with Mobile Learning and their positive results. But what do students think? Do they have a different view of Mobile Learning or even further ideas on how can Mobile Learning help us in future? One student explains why Mobile Learning should be standard learning. All in all, we can summarize: Mobile Learning is the future.