Monthly Archives: December 2013

‘Flipped’ classroom story sparks debate on teaching style

See on Scoop.it – Learning PBS NewsHour’s American Graduate team recently visited Clintondale High School in suburban Detroit for a story on the concept of “flipped” classrooms. See on http://www.pbs.org

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Three Good Tools for Creating Multimedia Books Online

See on Scoop.it – Publishing Twice this week I’ve been asked for alternatives to iBooks Author that students can use to create multimedia books. This is probably a good time to share the three options that I usually recommend. See … Continue reading

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Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun On The Future Of Education – Forbes

See on Scoop.it – Learning Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun On The Future Of Education Forbes In early 2012, based on inspiration from Salman Khan of Khan Academy, he elected co-founded Udacity, a for-profit education company offering massive open online courses, … Continue reading

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Unbundled: Reimagining Higher Education

See on Scoop.it – Learning Even today — with dozens of global institutions and millions of learners participating — we as an industry have so much more to learn as we puzzle out online education. See on http://www.huffingtonpost.com

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Growing Up With Technology: Young Children Learning in a Digital World

See on Scoop.it – Learning Lydia Plowman is Professor of Education and Christine Stephen is Research Fellow, both at the Stirling Institute of Education, University of Stirling. Joanna McPake is Vice-Dean for Knowledge Exchange, Faculty of Education, University of Strathclyde. … Continue reading

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Education Technology Is In Its Infancy But It Is Growing Up Fast – Forbes

See on Scoop.it – Learning Education Technology Is In Its Infancy But It Is Growing Up Fast Forbes Online Education Image Much has been written of late about the need for healthcare reform in our country. See on http://www.forbes.com

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