Press Space or double-click to edit Capture ideas at the speed of thought – using a mind map maker designed to help you focus on your ideas and remove all the distractions while mindmapping. Create unlimited mind maps for free, and store them in the cloud. Your mind maps are available everywhere, instantly, from any device. Brainstorm, create presentations and document outlines with mind maps, and publish your ideas online and to social networks. Get Started Why use MindMup? MindMup is great for individual note-taking, collaborative planning, teamwork and classrooms. 1 Powerful keyboard shortcuts speed up your work 2 Frictionless interface helps you focus 3 Convert maps easily to PDF, PowerPoint, outlines... 4 Publish and share maps online 5 Easily save to Google Drive and manage using Google Apps
Αφήγηση (Storytelling) | Η τεχνολογία στην εκπαίδευση Αφήγηση (Storytelling) είναι η αλληλεπιδραστική τέχνη της χρήσης λέξεων και δράσεων για την αναπαράσταση των στοιχείων και των εικόνων μιας ιστορίας με τρόπο που να κεντρίζει τη φαντασία του ακροατή. National Strorytelling Network. Η αφήγηση ή αλλιώς storytelling είναι η τέχνη της διήγησης ιστοριών σε ένα κοινό-ακροατήριο, με στόχο τη μεταβίβαση σημαντικών μηνυμάτων. Η πρώτη εμφάνιση της τεχνικής αυτής χρονολογείται μαζί με την αρχή της ανθρωπότητας και ιστορικά αποτελεί την πρώτη απόπειρα προφορικής διατύπωσης μιας ιστορίας. Η αφήγηση, πρωτοεμφανίστηκε με τη μορφή προφορικού λόγου, εμπλουτισμένου με εκφράσεις του σώματος και χειρονομίες. Η τεχνική της αφήγησης στην Εκπαίδευση Η αφήγηση ιστοριών αποτελεί ένα πολύ σημαντικό εργαλείο σε όλες τις βαθμίδες της εκπαίδευσης, καθώς έχει αποδειχθεί ότι αυξάνει τις προφορικές και βελτιώνει τις γραπτές ικανότητες λόγου των εκπαιδευομένων, ενώ ταυτόχρονα ενισχύει δεξιότητες κριτικής σκέψης, ανάλυσης και σύνθεσης πληροφοριών. Κοινωνική διάσταση: Πηγές
web whatapp EcoBici Bicicletas EcoBici en la Ciudad de México. EcoBici es un sistema de bicicletas compartidas de la Ciudad de México, complementando la red de transporte público de la ciudad. En 2013 había 276 estaciones con 4,000 bicicletas con un promedio de 25,000 usuarios por día (400.000 por mes) y 95,780 miembros registrados. El sistema es operado por Clear Channel Outdoors a través de su división SmartBike, quien alrededor del mundo ha implementado sistemas similares en España, Francia, Noruega, Suecia e Italia[cita requerida]. Información del servicio[editar] La ciclovía recreativa de la Ciudad de México, fue lanzada en el 2007 por la Secretaría del Medio Ambiente precisamente con el espíritu de promover una movilidad distinta. El 16 de febrero de 2010 se puso en marcha la primera fase en la cual da servicio a las colonias Cuauhtémoc, Juárez, Roma Norte, Hipódromo Condesa y Condesa, a través de 85 cicloestaciones con 1,114 bicicletas. Uso y funcionalidad[editar] Zona División del Norte[editar]
23 Tools For Students To Publish What They Learn - 23 Tools For Students To Publish What They Learn by Nadya Khoja, venngage.com It’s no surprise that’s no surprise that there are so many tools available for students to publish their ideas to in the year 2015. There was once a time when publishing thoughts to the web required considerable knowledge of HTML and CSS, however with the surge of online blogging and publication systems, the power of expression has never been easier. 1. 2. Blogger, formerly known as Blogspot is publishing platform owned by Google. 3. WordPress is certainly one of the most popular blogging platforms on the web. 4. Edublogs is a blog created for educational purposes and is ideal for students and teachers alike. 5. Quora is a question-and-answer website and is perfect for inspiring students to push their curiosity via a web-based platform. 6. Exposure is a photo-based blogging website. 7. Not too long ago, LinkedIn announced a new blogging feature for their site, which allows writers to publish original content.
10 Effective Mind Mapping Software Tools How many times has this happened to you? Your team has a brainstorming session, and then a week later someone mentions an idea that would have been the most fantabulous solution imaginable. An idea that would have made everyone scream, “That’s it!!!” Why couldn’t you have captured that same idea during the initial brainstorm? When you need to move at the speed of business, imagine the strategic advantage your company would have if it could connect the dots faster in developing new ideas, strategies and solutions for your clients and prospective clients. One way to ensure you consistently develop amazing ideas in your brainstorming sessions is to use mind mapping software. As part of Stratabeat’s series of marketing software reviews, here are the top mind mapping software tools to fire up your team in time for your next brainstorming session. 1. 2. MindManager is directed at larger teams who want to brainstorm with more than just notes and images. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. iMindMap 8. 9. 10.
SlidePlayer - Upload and Share your PowerPoint presentations Ver ediciones picasa y flick Learning Seattle's Work Habits from Bicycle Counts (Updated!) Update, July 25, 2015: I included some new plots suggested by my colleague Ariel Rokem. Scroll to the end! Last year I wrote a blog post examining trends in Seattle bicycling and how they relate to weather, daylight, day of the week, and other factors. Here I want to revisit the same data from a different perspective: rather than making assumptions in order to build models that might describe the data, I'll instead wipe the slate clean and ask what information we can extract from the data themselves, without reliance on any model assumptions. In other words, where the previous post examined the data using a supervised machine learning approach for data modeling, this post will examine the data using an unsupervised learning approach for data exploration. Along the way, we'll see some examples of importing, transforming, visualizing, and analyzing data in the Python language, using mostly Pandas, Matplotlib, and Scikit-learn. The Data In : # ! In : Out: In : In : In : Out:
Everything Teachers Need to Know about Google My Maps August 19, 2015 Google My Maps is an excellent web tool for creating and customizing maps. Since its integration with Google Drive, users now are able to instantly create, manage and share their maps right from their Drive accounts. My Maps offer a wide variety of interesting features that makes map creation even for beginner users a very easy endeavour. Some of these features include the ability to search for and add places to your map, draw lines and shapes to illustrate geographic locations or give guidance, add colours, markers, icons and labels to your maps, create layers to group various parts of your map many more. As a teacher, you can use My Maps for a variety of educational purposes from giving directions to students and parents for next field trip to organizing virtual trips to world museums and art exhibition. 1- Create or open a map This guide walks you through the process of creating a new map.
8 Free Mind Map Tools & How to Best Use Them Advertisement Here’s the good news. Finally, we can be like Leonardo da Vinci’s in one small way. His penchant for taking free-flowing notes that filled notebooks with diagrams and scribblings is more achievable. Today, we call these brain-cell like intertwinings mind maps. It is the most popular brainstorming technique of all. For a student, a mind map is a memory aid to review notes. You can apply a mind map to any office scenario. Forecast revenue.Prepare for a hiring interview.Chart product development and marketing.Fine tune a RFP (Request for Proposal).Organize a trade show.Plan an office party. Pick a Free Mind Map Tool Choosing from the many excellent mind mapping and brainstorming web apps and tools is a matter of nitpicking. Free or paid. We have covered many mindmapping tools here at MakeUseOf. 1. Platforms: Web, Chrome This mind mapping Chrome extension deserves a look again for its sheer simplicity. Noteworthy Features: 2. Platforms: Windows, Mac, iOS 3. Platforms: cross platform
6 of The Best Web Tools for Organizing and Managing Citations, References and Bibliographies April 1, 2015 One of the onerous parts in essay and academic writing is the bibliography section. Managing, organizing and citing references can sometimes be a real challenge especially if you don't keep track of what and who you cite. The last thing you would want after a strenuous writing task is a messy bibliography with one reference missing page numbers the other needs publication date or, worse of all, having to go back to your sources to check for the source of that quotation you included in your conclusion. If you find yourself constantly grappling with problems such as these, the web tools below are absolutely something you might need to consider. 1- Zotero "Zotero collects all your research in a single, searchable interface. RefWorks -- an online research management, writing and collaboration tool -- is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.3- Mendeley 5- EasyBib
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