iPhoneography - Video Course $ Daniel Hall is an author, speaker, consultant, coach, lawyer (JD from Texas Tech University), nurse (BSN from University of Texas at El Paso)and sometimes blogger. He is also the creator of the popular “Real Fast" training programs designed to help authors, speakers, coaches, consultants, trainers, Internet marketers and entrepreneurs effectively grow their businesses faster and profit more effortlessly. Daniel's first product was the super-successful and very popular Speak on Cruise Ships program which is designed to help speakers trade their public speaking talents on luxury cruise ships worldwide. Now Daniel conducts special “self-selecting" auditions to help speakers determine whether the cruise speaker opportunity is right for them or not.
Here are the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015 Over 2,000 learning professionals from around the world from both education and enterprises contributed to the 9th Annual Survey of Learning Tools. Very many thanks to all those who took the time to complete the online form, write a blog post, send me an email or tweet me their selection. I have now compiled the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015, updated the Top 100 Tools for Learning website and prepared a slideset, which I have hosted on Slideshare and embedded below. For the 7th year running Twitter is the No 1 tool on the list, although this year it is very closely followed by YouTube, and once again, the list is dominated by free online tools and services. I can also see some interesting new trends in the tools that are being used for both personal learning and for creating learning content and experiences for others, and my analysis is here.
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News Detail - e-Skills The webinar will present educational robotics and coding and will also showcase how to integrate it in the science and mathematics school curricula. A special emphasis will be placed on engaging students across cultures, linguistic and social barriers, age, learning styles and gender. Educational robotics is a methodology that involves the use of robotics to generate competences inside the regular curricula.
10 Must Have Tools for BYOD Classroom November 10, 2015 With the advance of technology and mobile gadgetry there emerged a wide variety of learning trends endemic to 21st century classroom environment. One of these trends is what is conventionally referred to as BYOD/T (Bring Your Own Device/Technology). In a BYOD classroom, students bring their own technology (e.g hand-held devices, laptops..etc) and use them for various learning activities. The pedagogical strength of BYOD is that it is an effective way to personalize learning and allow students easy and quick access to the technology they need to explore and learn collaboratively in a student-centerer environment. There are now several web tools and mobile apps that support BYOD learning. The collection below features 10 popular recommendations in this regard.
iPhoneography For Business <h1 id="title">iPhoneography For Business</h1><div id="author"><div id="name">Erica Swallow</div><div id="title">SXSW Accelerator Advisory Board Member, SXSW</div><div id="bio">Hi there, you can call me Erica. I'm SXSW Accelerator Advisory Board Member at SXSW and I'm based in Greater Boston Area.</div></div><div id="content"><p>With increasing camera quality, the iPhone now provides a portable, easy-to-use tool for many entrepreneurs.
25 eLearning tools you need now Antoinette | Posted on May 12, 2016 in Course Content, Success | No Comments It’s not much of a stretch to argue that an eLearning professional is only as good as their best tools. Aside from learning management systems, there are now all kinds of nifty online apps that can help you to organize your work, research trends, create course content, network with peers, and communicate with learners. The team at LearnUpon organizes eLearning projects and helps customers with course content every day. So we asked members of our development, customer support and design teams to recommend the top eLearning tools they can’t work without. Whatever your role, you’ll find something here that’s sure to make your training a little smoother and more polished. Adobe Premiere Clip – Android апликације на Google Play-у Premiere Clip is a free video editor that makes it fast and fun to create quality videos that can be easily shared - or easily opened in Adobe Premiere Pro CC for extra polish. “A gateway into the full feature set and power behind Premiere Pro.” – Melissa Stoneburner, Examiner.com AUTOMATIC VIDEO CREATIONSimply choose a soundtrack and select the pace — Clip artfully sets your images to the beat of the music. Your video is immediately shareable, or you can move into the Freeform editor to customize further with powerful editing features. POWERFUL VIDEO EDITINGDrag and drop clips and photos in the order that you like, trim out the parts you don’t want, and add visual polish with lighting adjustments, transitions, and slow motion effects.
European Youth Portal Welcome to the Ideas Lab! This new initiative from the European Commission creates a space where young people across Europe can generate new ideas and solution on a wide range of topics. These ideas will then be rated by other young people online, before the ideas are sent to policy and decision-makers for evaluation, feedback, and hopefully even to be turned into reality. Over 600 young people took part in 40 national Ideas Labs events during March and April this year, and created new ideas under the four topics listed below. We now want you to go into each Ideas Lab, below, read the different ideas and tell us how much you like each one (or not!) How to Manage Cell Phones in the Classroom When I ask the students why they are so attached to their devices with the small (some aren't so small) screens, I invariably get the response, "It's my life." I just don't get it and probably never will, but here is my attempt at understanding. After careful observation, I have determined that the cell phones are analogous to what happened when the Walkman first appeared on the scene for the older generation. A Walkman was a portable cassette player that sometimes came with a radio. Students could conveniently take their music with them and also conveniently tune out any undesirable noise.