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Authentic Learning with Audio, Video and Cell Phones Ben Wilkoff 10.21.2010
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What is Authentic Learning?
For a Real Purpose.
With a real audience.
What can we do with Cell Phones that we cant do any other way?
Free Interactive Response System
On the fly reflection
Make contact(s) and manage conversations
What can we do with Audio that we cant do any other way?
Just-in-time reflection and Sharing. Vocaroo
Producing Polished Works Myna
Providing Context for all work. Voicethread
What can we do with Video that we cant do any other way?
Demonstrate and Capture Learning ScreenJelly, Screenr, Jing
Make everyone a teacher.
We need Authentic Learning in our Classrooms. Audio, Video and Cell Phones get us there.
Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff 303.720.6269 http://learningischange.co m http://learningischange.co m
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