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From E-Learning to We-Learning The corporate training industry is undergoing some major changes. Over last few months we have been involved in many discussions with organizations about the tremendous needs to build, manage, and formalize their social and collaborative learning programs. This is being driven by many factors: the slowing economy, the "always-connected" nature of the workforce, and the explosion of social software tools and platforms now available. In many ways, this transition is very similar to the last "big thing" to hit corporate training - the "e-learning" era. I think today's transformation is very similar and we have much we can learn from that history. The History of E-Learning and What We Learned E-learning radically changed the training industry. Today of course as e-learning has matured, there are many forms of online training and education. In addition, the original "concepts" of e-learning have changed. Enter "We-Learning" Now here we are again, in the middle of a whole new era. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Interactive Whiteboard Resources: Science, Key Stage 1 & 2- Topmarks Education Our BodiesFlash An excellent lesson on naming the parts of the human body. Ourselves Science ClipsFlash For 5 - 6 year olds, this site looks at differences between living and non-living things, the names of the main body parts of humans and animals and how animals move in different ways. Healthy EatingFlash A series of superb interactive screens which introduce children to healthy eating. Make a Balanced PlateFlash Sort the foods on the plate to see which food groups they belong to. Unmuddle the MealsFlash A drag and drop activity where meals are divided into their ingredients. A Healthy LunchboxFlash Select items for a healthy lunchbox by dragging and dropping the various foods. Farm to Fork ChallengeFlash A game where children see if they know the stages that food goes through from the farm to their plate. Listen and MatchFlash A matching sounds game. Sound and Hearing Science ClipsFlash The Hand Washing ChallengeFlash

RMT Sols&Territoires Dirt the Movie Extranewspapers 55 Herramientas web para crear cuestionarios y encuestas en clase Hoy, mientras estaba navegando a través de mi Google Plus alimenta me encontré con esta excelente lista creada por la ayuda en el aula. La lista cuenta con una gran cantidad de herramientas web útiles que los profesores pueden utilizar en el aula para crear cuestionarios y ejecutar encuestas. Varias de las herramientas mencionadas en esta lista ya han aparecido en nerdilandia.com en el pasado, pero algunos son nuevos para nosotros. Te invitamos a echar un vistazo y compartir con nosotros lo que piensas de ellos. Sin duda alguna una buena cantidad de recursos para cualquier docente que desee hacer pruebas cortas! About Gustavo Martinez Phd. en computación, bloguero por afición, amante de la tecnología, aportando todo lo que aprendo con la comunidad de Internet.

Kids only Ice Station Antarctica New recruits wanted for an online expedition to Antarctica. Are you up for the challenge? Dinosaurs Find out how dinosaurs lived, what they ate, and whether they really died out 65 million years ago. Star attractions Check out some of our most amazing exhibits, including the blue whale and this komodo dragon. Make a volcano erupt See how many different types of volcano you can build in this explosive game. Fun spring activity Create a 5-star hotel for bees and watch them in action. I want to be an 'ologist Want to find out how to become a scientist? Fantastic fossils Explore fascinating fossils found around Britain.

terre tv environnement Soil Mineral Depletion - Can a healthy diet be sufficient? | Institute for Optimum Nutrition You eat a nutritious diet and avoid anti-nutrients, so you should be getting all the minerals you need to stay healthy. Or are you? Martin Hum digs up the dirt on why the nutrient content of our food is on the decline. "We know more about the movement of celestial bodies than we do about the soil underfoot". To understand the story of soil minerals, we have to go back 12,000 years to the end of the last ice age. To a large extent minerals have been, and continue to be, recycled in natural ecosystems – taken up by plants, consumed by animals and then returned to the soil through their wastes and decomposition of their bodies. But things have gone badly wrong. Most of the blame lies with artificial chemical fertilisers. We now know that, under ideal circumstances, plants absorb 70 to 80 different minerals from the soil, while the number returned to it by plants grown with commercial fertilisers can be counted on the fingers of one hand.

Il giardino in bottiglia: una grande idea green in un piccolo spazio!progettazione giardini - realizzazione giardini - Vivai Loda - Cellatica (Brescia) - paesaggista - progettazione giardini Vuoi un giardino sulla mensola? Non hai spazio per un giardino ma ami il verde? Realizza il tuo giardino in bottiglia, un'idea green che ti conquisterà! Chi ha detto che chi non ha spazio non possa avere un bellissimo angolo di verde in casa? Per inaugurare questo 2014, che mi auguro strepitoso, ti voglio parlare del giardino in bottiglia, della sua storia e di come fare a realizzarne un fai da te! Il giardino in bottiglia, o terrarium, è un microsistema, meglio un ecosistema, autonomo, che può sopravvivere anche senza acqua e concime, purché riceva luce e si attivi, quindi, il processo di fotosintesi. Il giardino in bottiglia non è un moderno soprammobile di origine zen. Come funziona il giardino in bottiglia? Ciò che permette la sopravvivenza delle piante è il ricreare il ciclo naturale di vita delle stesse. Come realizzare un giardino in bottiglia? Innanzitutto dovrai procurarti tutto il materiale utile. Come posizionare il tutto? Nei primi giorni noterai delle gocce di acqua sul vetro.

3 formas de crear un juego de laberinto en PowerPoint Pasos Método 1 de 3: Crear un botón de acción personalizado 1Abre PowerPoint. Anuncio 2Agrega un título y un subtítulo. 3Haz un menú rápido agregando un botón de “Jugar” y otro de “Instrucciones”. 4Construye lo siguiente (lo cual se usará en el juego):FigurasBotones de accionesBotones personalizados 5Dibuja un botón de acción, llenando toda la diapositiva. 6Ahora haz una diapositiva de “Game over”(para cuando alguien pierda). 7Regresa a la diapositiva donde hiciste el botón de acción. 8Haz clic derecho en el botón. 9Haz clic en la pestaña que dice “Acción del mouse”. 10Coloca un hipervínculo hacia la diapositiva de “Game over'. 11Cambia el color de relleno y contorno a blanco para que las personas no vean dónde está. 12Haz un laberinto con las figuras predeterminadas. 13Guarda el archivo. Método 2 de 3: Usando imágenes para bloquear los caminos Método 3 de 3: usando la configuración de acciones Consejos ¡Las animaciones se ven muy bien en el juego! Advertencias

KS2 Science Finding out how you move and grow. Can you label the human skeleton? When you've finished move onto the animal skeletons. Do you know which groups living things belong to? Magnets have north poles and south poles. What does a year look like in space? © v2vtraining.co.uk The application consists of two sorting activities and one writing frame to support work towards the end of the unit. Solid, liquid and gas are called the three states of matter. Materials have different properties that make them useful for different jobs. Pupils can research information about teeth types, tooth structure and tooth decay. Use an information panel where pupils can research details about food groups and a balanced plate approach to a healthy diet.Balanced Plate lesson outline An information panel to explains the terms used in, and concepts behind, food chains. This resource consists of a labelling activity, an animation of the water cycle followed by another labelling activity.

National Geographic Magazine - NGM.com By Brad Scriber and Emily Krieger, National Geographic staff Though people have spoiled huge tracts of the world's soil, there's good news: It can be restored, and many proven methods are surprisingly simple. In the African Sahel, a zone between the Sahara and tropical forests that has been hard hit by drought and famine in recent decades, much of the land has a hard time absorbing rainwater. In Haiti, a nation that is almost completely deforested, much of the soil has washed away. No-till farming refers to the increasingly popular practice of not tilling, or turning over, the earth. Bibliography Cofie, Olufunke, Boubacar Barry, and Deborah Bossio. Werner, Christine, and others. Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods. Lal, Rattan, and others. Comis, Don. McClintock, Nathan. Other Resources Montgomery, David R. "Black Is the New Green." Wood, William. Other National Geographic Resources Salopek, Paul. "A World Transformed." Norris, Scott. Glasener, Erica.

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