What is a 'flipped' classroom?
a lesson where the students stand up at the front of the classroom and teach the teacher
a lesson where the input is done before the session takes place, for example through a power point which the students access outside the classroom
What is a 'digital native'?
A person who is familiar with technology and how to use it
A person who grew up in a family that had a large number of electronic devices
What is the opposite of a 'digital native'?
a digital immigrant
A digital foreigner
What is a 'rebus' story?
A story that contains a question with no correct answer, i.e. it is an open question
A story that uses pictures and symbols to replace syllables and words
Is the website 'Examtime' used to...
...provide practice in past exam questions?
...create interactive resources?
What is the difference between a 'glog' and a 'blog'?
A multi media interactive post that uses access to websites rather than word documents
A multi-media interactive post that uses images rather than words
What, according to the '10 minute guide to Creative Technologies', is the benefit of podcasting in terms of assisting memorisation?
You can edit it so that learners are forced to listen repeatedly
You can edit it so that learners can hear the input more slowly
The term 'Web 2.0' describes
A type of web service that teaches users how to create websites
A type of web service that encourages users to interact and work collaboratively
'Xtranormal' can covert text into animated video. What control do learners have over the animated characters they create?
They can design the characters, set and camera angles and write the script
They can choose the accent and even the language that the characters speak in
What is a 'screen capture' programme?
It is a programme which can extend the memory of your computer
It is an image of a computer desktop that can be saved as a graphics file.