I'm thinking about maybe teaching about computers. So what useful software is there for teaching or doing presentations? Linux, Windows, or websites; as long as it is open source or free. Is there a free way to remotely share a desktop with a group of people?
For students to refer. With loads of interactive lessons, reference materials and games, they play a significant role in transforming the conventional mode of teaching in classrooms. The growth in mobile app development has led to the advent of apps for specific subjects, making learning at every stage a fun-filled experience.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: ProfilerIt was the weather that led Telstra’s Susi Steigler-Peters to teaching. As she stood in the university admissions queue at Newcastle University, the science queues were long, the teaching queues shorter, and her friends were agitating to get to the beach, so she signed up for teaching instead.
GCompris is a high quality educational software suite comprising of numerous activities for children aged 2 to 10.Some of the activities are game orientated, but nonetheless still educational. Below you can find a list of categories with some of the activities available in that category.
ITworld discusses the importance of open source in teaching: "DeKoenigsberg told the attendees of educators, researchers, and students that academic institutions are missing a real opportunity for instruction if they aren't teaching with open source software.
I installed the educational software gcompris and gcompris-en from the Education Repository for opensuse 11.3 x86-64 but when I run the app I get no sound. When I go to settings and click to enable sound, nothing happens. Sounds works fine for other apps.
Computer science teaching in U.K. schools has been broken for years, having a soft focus on ICT teaching — i.e. showing kids how to use computer software — rather than teaching them how to use computers to create software. Earlier this year a U.K. government Minister described IT lessons as ‘catastrophically boring’.
Hi,When I used to use Mint 11, I'm sure I was able to access an online teaching service called 'Blackboard'. But in Waldorf I am unable to. I installed openjdk-6-jre, in the belief that might remedy the situation, but it hasn't. I use this for teaching sessions I do in a University. So I really need it.