Science v. Faith
This part of our website will be concentrating on trying to define or catagorize intelligence. As you can imagine, this is potentially a very difficult process since the world is not constituted of one aspect of life. That is to say that if everyone in the world worked for one thing, let’s just say being the world’s best weight lifter, there would only be one type of person in the world. Neuroscience Of Intelligence
If I were forced to choose an aspect of the internet that made it simply indispensable, it would definitely be its availability as a huge learning resource. 20 years ago, who would have thought that one would have easy access to already completed business documents, research papers of world class universities, free encyclopedias and some great books, no matter where he or she is located in the world.The internet also boasts of accommodating tutorials to absolutely anything. Here are 15 such super-useful sites which aim to provide you with all the tutorials you'd ever need. How Stuff WorksHow Stuff Works is probably the best known How-to tutorials site.
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This week's element is tungsten, which has the chemical symbol W and the atomic number 74. The name is derived from Swedish and translates as "heavy stone", in recognition of one of this metal's more obvious qualities. Pure tungsten is silver-coloured, very hard, and has an extremely high melting point (3422 °C / 6192 °F) -- the highest for any metal and second only to carbon (3550°C / 6422°F). Tungsten is quite rare on Earth and occurs in the wild only in a number of minerals. By now, I suppose that you are wondering where the chemical symbol, W, came from. Although this element is known as tungsten in many English and French speaking countries, a number of European countries know it as wolfram, a word derived from German, which translates roughly as "wolf's froth" or "cream" -- a reference to the large amounts of tin consumed by tungsten extraction. Tungsten | video | @GrrlScientist | Science
Learn open practices at School of Open. Why "open"? Universal access to and participation in research, education, and culture is made possible by openness, but not enough people know what it means or how to take advantage of it.
How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn't (by Irwin Schiff)
An Accurate Evolution Infographic | BookFaked
Managing a Culturally Diverse Classroom, Teaching Tips of the Week, Teaching Today Managing a Culturally Diverse Classroom
Google Apps Education
online classroom 101
Steve Jobs talks about managing people
This is about the synchronicity number 23, and thus about the phenomena of synchronicity in general.
O2 voor waarderend leren
January 2005 (I wrote this talk for a high school. I never actually gave it, because the school authorities vetoed the plan to invite me.)
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Explaining visual math in a simple way
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Google Online Marketing Challenge, een kans om SEA te leren. De bedrijfswereld ziet al een tijd het nut van SEO en SEA in, maar het hoger onderwijs is minder vlug om zoekmachine marketing toe te voegen aan het curriculum. Om hier verandering in te brengen bestaat er de Google Online Marketing Challenge.
Designing a learning-centered syllabus (pdf) Learning-centered syllabus production checklist (.doc) Examples of sections of learning-centered syllabi (doc) Designing Learning-Centered Syllabus
At this stage of the tutorial, you have set overarching goals, organized content, developed a course plan, selected teaching and assessment strategies, and begun to develop some specific assignments and activities. In this section of the tutorial, you will develop your course syllabus, considering the issues raised below, the list of what could be included in a syllabus, and reading a few examples of syllabi. A detailed syllabus gives students a sense of the nature of the course, what they will be expected to do in the course, and how their performance will be assessed. Syllabus