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Professor Stephen Heppell’s inspiring and humorous keynote, set the tone for the Day #2 of the 6th Plymouth e-Learning Conference . With being unable to stay for Day #3 due to other commitments, I was keen to make the most of Day #2 and continue to build on what I had learned, and the new ideas that I’d developed, over the course of the first day . In particular, Stephen looked at a range of learning spaces that exist in schools, colleges, Higher Education (HE) and elsewhere, and sought to help the audience visualise what they might look like in the future.
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Personalizing Public Education, George McKenna George McKenna was born and reared in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he distinguished himself as a scholar and multi-sport athlete and where the seeds of his civil and human rights activism were nurtured. Upon receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics from Xavier University, at the age of 20, he was awarded a teaching fellowship to Loyola University, Chicago, where he earned an M.A. in mathematics. He holds a Doctor of Education Degree from Xavier University. Dr. McKenna began his career in the Los Angeles Unified School District as a mathematics teacher.
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Quandary is an application for creating Web-based Action Mazes. An Action Maze is a kind of interactive case-study; the user is presented with a situation, and a number of choices as to a course of action to deal with it. On choosing one of the options, the resulting situation is then presented, again with a set of options. Working through this branching tree is like negotiating a maze, hence the name "Action Maze". Action mazes can be used for many purposes, including problem-solving, diagnosis, procedural training, and surveys/questionnaires.
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Source One of the biggest benefits to using Microsoft Word instead of Google Docs has been the drag and drop interface. Simply plop an image file onto your Word .doc and, like magic, it usually appears ready to be tweaked and prodded.
Name 'EDU 2.0 for school', meaning 'Next generation education for school'. Mission Make teaching and learning more efficient and enjoyable.
Smilebox invites you to weave a Halloween story with frightful photos, enchanting decorations, and text that tells a tale. Do you dare? Action shots from your frightful Halloween games or just showing off those fun decorations and winning Halloween costume creations. If so, explore our spooky scrapbook designs at your own risk!
SchooNoodle is the place for K-12 educators to discover and share great web content that is aligned with state standards. All free! From websites to videos to news, SchooNoodle identifies the best resources, as rated by teachers (like you) from around the country! And you won’t find editors at SchooNoodle — we’re here to provide a place where teachers (not school districts or government agencies) can collectively determine the value of content.
Paramount Pictures Anthony, a fifth-grade student hoping to win a spot at the SEED charter boarding school in Washington, D.C.; from Davis Guggenheim’s documentary Waiting for ‘Superman’ Ordinarily, documentaries about education attract little attention, and seldom, if ever, reach neighborhood movie theaters. Davis Guggenheim’s Waiting for “Superman” is different. It arrived in late September with the biggest publicity splash I have ever seen for a documentary. Not only was it the subject of major stories in Time and New York , but it was featured twice on The Oprah Winfrey Show and was the centerpiece of several days of programming by NBC, including an interview with President Obama.