Category Archives: Virtual Learning Environments

No classrooms. No teachers. No blackboards. No exams.

To celebrate five years of Daily Edventures, we’re sharing some of our favorite posts. This Daily Edventure was originally published on January 10, 2012.

 

At first glance it’s pretty obvious: Colegio Fontán is different. No classrooms.
No teachers. No blackboards. No exams. Technology supports everything they do.

“Everyone knows the ‘what’ to do in education. We’ve built the ‘how’ instead,” says Julio Fontán, school President.

Colegio Fontan video

Fontán’s parents – both educators – brought their unique brand of education to Colombia from Spain 54 years ago.… Visit the author's original post

BETT 2017 Guest Post: Skooler – Learning Management Tools

BETT 2017 will see the return of Skooler and we invite you along to our stand in the Microsoft Partner Campus (C300).https://www.skooler.com/en/

Skooler offers expertise in using Office365 in the classroom alongside teaching tools such as personalised learning plans, medium and long term planning, absence/attendance registration, assignments and tests to name a few. Parents are kept up to date via the Parental portal. All the tools are safely hosted in the Microsoft Azure cloud.


Skooler BETT 2017

Skooler Learning Management Tools

Making Office 365 relevant for education

Skooler is a Norwegian company that focuses 100% on ICT in Education.… Visit the author's original post

“The moment when I really felt proud to be an educator was when my class and I Skyped with the ocean explorer Fabian Cousteau while he was 63 feet below the surface of the ocean, on Mission 31.”

Skype Master Teacher, MIE Expert, MIE Teacher Trainer, TEDxNiš speaker Niš, Serbia @teacherka

 “The moment when I really felt proud to be an educator was when my class and I Skyped with the ocean explorer Fabian Cousteau while he was 63 feet below the surface of the ocean, on Mission 31. We got the unique opportunity to learn about and see the inside of the world’s only underwater laboratory, which is also used by NASA as a training spot for astronauts.… Visit the author's original post