UNESCO Office in Bangkok: Collection of E-Learning Tools. Recommended for learners age 3-13

The UNESCO Bangkok ICT in Education Programme has created this CD-ROM which contains a collection of free e-learning tools suitable for children age 3-13. They are useful for instructed learning and self-learning.

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Interesting to check out some time soon!

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Information Literacy

What is information literacy? It’s the research process!– Created using PowToon — Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ — Create animated videos…

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Again – Basic but effective introduction.

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AustLit – Australian Literature like you’ve never accessed it before!

By Kay Oddone Every Australian teacher, and any teachers of literature across the world who teach Australian Literature should make themselves aware of AustLit, an amazing resource created by a dedicated team of researchers and indexers based at the…

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Access to so many resources!

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Linking Literature to Makerspaces

Libraries seem to be the space where makerspaces are taking off. The library is a place of engagement, learning, discovery, belonging, community, creativity and innovation.

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Making the connections in library spaces . . .

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Digital Fluency PowToon

— Created using PowToon — Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ — Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free …

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Basic overview – but an example of PowToon & links to others eg Differentiated Instruction.

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Clarifying guided inquiry | inquiry learning & information literacy

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The clarification of terms and included graphic models assist in the understanding. ┬áMandy Lupton also points out the confusion caused when an author ‘messes’ with the terminology!

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How to Spark Curiosity in Children Through Embracing Uncertainty | MindShift | KQED News

Teaching students how to confront what we don’t know can trigger curiosity and lead to new discoveries, according to author Jamie Holmes.

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Real curiosity ensures engagement!

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How to Evaluate Web Resources

Effective and credible writing requires authoritative and verifiable resources. Learn the best ways to evaluate sources of information on the Web.

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Picture Book – Book Week 2015 – LibGuides

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The Literacy Shed – Home

A website for teachers filled with ideas for literacy teaching using visual resources such as film, animation, photographs and picture books.

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To be further investigated!

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