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Results on ReadWriteThink Find content from Thinkfinity Partners using a visual bookmarking and sharing tool. More Your students can save their work with Student Interactives. More Home › Results from ReadWriteThink 1-10 of 892 Results from ReadWriteThink The Complete History of the World (and Human Creativity) in 100 Objects While we’re catching up with historical podcasts, note that BBC Radio 4’s The History of the World in 100 Objects (iTunes – RSS Feed – Web Site) has wrapped up and covered all 100 objects. And not, mind you, just any old objects: these objects come straight from the collection of the British Museum, and thus almost certainly reveal the story of mankind more effectively than most. For that has constituted the program’s project since its inception: to tell, for just under fifteen minutes at a stretch, one chapter of human history as the trained eye can read it in an object like an early writing tablet, a Chinese bronze bell, or an Egyptian clay model of cattle. Don’t let the seeming plainness of these artifacts fool you; the show approaches them with all the most advanced audio production techniques. And after you’ve listened, you’ll realize that, looked at from a suitably historical perspective, there’s not a plain object in this bunch. Related content:

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Digital Play In the University of Bristol’s Education Endowment Foundation‘s recent study on Neuroscience and Education, (Howard-Jones, 2014), there is an interesting section on Learning Games. Classroom practice and neuroscientific research The review ”considers the extent to which insights from the sciences of mind and brain influence, or are close to influencing classroom practice”, summarising “existing evidence about approaches and interventions that are based, or claim to be based, on neuroscience evidence.” European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning Peer-reviewed scholarly articles in English can be found at the "Peer-reviewed articles" page and in the respective archive. Non-refereed articles on project reports, case studies, work in progress, fresh ideas and other contributions that support communication between the EDEN membership and the wider European ODeL community can be found at the "Brief Items" page and the respective archive. Non-English articles are welcome with an abstract in English. Book reviews can be found at the "Review" page and the respective archive. Subscribers can follow the availability of new journal issues and related news from EDEN by the regular e-mail notification and RSS as well as get access to interactive services such as commenting and discussion board.

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