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Delicius and TED-ED

ICT-Teachers database of hyper Posted on 26 May, 2012 14:35:17

In my my
Delicius profile i have a stack called ITC_in_education where I have tried to
build a collection of links related to tools
for teachers. Among these there are a link to a fearly new site called TED-Ed.
TED-Ed is ment to be a colaborative site for exploiting video in teaching. I
think it is worth a try. So follow this link,join in and try it out! TED-Ed

Norwegian digital learning arena

ICT-Teachers database of hyper Posted on 05 Mar, 2011 23:56:19

NDLA is a cooperative project of all Norwegian counties
except of Oslo. Their achievement is to produce or make learning recourses accessible
on the www to all Norwegian students in high- and vocational- school system.
They have introduced a new tool called “Arena
which I think is meeting my call, in this blog quiet accurately. The only nag
about it is that it so far is only in Norwegian. So I am sorry for other
students in my ITC-class who do not read Norwegian. NDLA and Arena is not for
you! And do not trust google translate, many Norwegian words have double or triple
meaning, and they are not equivalent with the English synonyms.

For those of you who have
broken the Norwegian language crypt the Arena
site is only accessible by logging in with your id by Facebook, Twitter or
other social media account. If you want to try it. You just log in to your social media
account in one tag in your browser, and then in one other tag open the arena. Then click on the “log inn” text, at the top banner, and you shold be inside.

Frustrated on browsing

ICT-Teachers database of hyper Posted on 12 Feb, 2011 13:29:36

Have you as
a teacher spent several hours in finding hyperlinks on issues, for your next

Are you
afraid to look up pupils questions on web browser during a lesson? Afraid that:

browser will take you anywhere but your aim.

browser will show up with goals that belong among your worst nightmares.

goals are among those fantasies that you are not supposed to share with your

that your goals are illegal.

What if we
teachers together build a database of hyperlinks for use in education?
Hyperlinks with tags that made them easily to sort by subject, level or type of

tagged with name of publisher, this would may be quote for a quality mark.

Not a Wiki
just a link to existing recourses on the web. We do not have to reinvent the wheel
just collect secure definitive and reliable links. Collect links that make god
resources accessible to everybody.

March 2012:
I have lately, been directed to this web-based tool: Delicious which for me
seems to meet my questions in this post. So follow my link and try it out!

August 2012: Delicius is
changed radically, in a way I disapprove. I therefore ended my use of Delicius
as my tool, and I don’t approve it to others . But of source if any one like it
and find a new aspect in it I’l be glad to take another look.