After following a link from Kate Dugdale’s blog “ Digital tool jackpot”, I have just been introduced to another ICT pedagogical framework and a wealth of digital learning tools.
I will elaborate on the pedagogical framework in another post, but much like Kate, I feel as though I have hit the jackpot with the eDidaktik resources.
The following are a few of the best –
- MindMup is a mind mapping tool. It allows students to collaborate online on a shared mind map. It also has an option to store maps on Google Drive.
- EtherPad is a writing tool. It allows the teacher and students to work simultaniously in a simple document. EtherPad is similar to Google Docs, but it does not require a login.
- VideoNot.es is a tool that allows you to take notes while watching a movie. This tool is integrated with Google Drive.
The eDidaktik website is definitely worth a look.
Yours in ICT
Jakob, N. (2013). eDidakit – ICT in Education. Retrieved from http://www.edidaktik.dk/en/