5 Tips to Use Evernote For Academic Achievement

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab As another school year heads into the home stretch, here’s five tips to use Evernote for academic success.   “For many students in high school or college, the beginning of spring signals the closure of another academic year and a round of final exams and research projects.” See […]

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Creating A Culture Of Learning

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab Learning is a culture.   It starts there—with the students first as human beings needing to understand their environment.   And it ends there—with students using what we give them back at home, in those physical and digital environments. See on www.teachthought.com

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Using Audio Feedback for Assessment | Jisc Digital Media

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab This guide presents an introduction to audio feedback as a tool in teaching and learning in FE/HE. Drawing on previous research and case studies in the field, this guide discusses models of audio feedback and the potential of using audio over other methods of delivering feedback, as well […]

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Moving a Face-to-Face Course Online without Losing Student Engagement

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab The rapid growth and popularity of online learning is necessitating the creation of online courses that actively engage learners. Research has shown that effective integration of multimedia that is content relevant and pedagogically sound can be a valuable teaching tool for facilitating student learning (Mandernach, 2009). See on […]

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A new MOOC on how to do blended learning

See on Scoop.it – Blended Learning Lab EDUCAUSE and the University of Central Florida are offering a free MOOC called ‘BlendKit2014 – Becoming a Blended Learning Designer‘, which will run initially from April 21 to May 27. It is aimed primarily at faculty and instructional designers, will come away with best practices for developing design documents, content pages and […]

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Continuum in E-Learning: People, Process and Product (P3)

See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 In e-learning, people are involved in the process of creating e-learning materials, or products and making them available to its target audience. The People-Process-Product or the P3 continuum can be used to map a comprehensive picture of e-learning. See on elearningindustry.com

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Micro-Credentials: Empowering Lifelong Learners

See on Scoop.it – EdTech 2.0 Despite the vast shift in how we pursue knowledge, little has changed with how we credential those who acquire knowledge. We still primarily credential learners based on seat time and credit hours, and often only recognize learning pursued through traditional pathways.   I’ve seen many teachers expand their knowledge […]

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