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Instructional Design Theories and Models Interactive Timeline

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Instructional Design

Group Assignment in an Asynchronous Environment

Last week has been a hectic week for my classmates and me in my Assessments class. A week prior, we were asked to sign up so that we could be assigned to groups. 419 more words

Reflections, Insights, And Realizations

In-Person Programs

Method: In-Person Programs

In-Person Programs include any program in which an individual from a museum brings museum education outside of the traditional museum setting. These types of programs most commonly happen in schools, libraries, or other cultural institutions. 422 more words


ROW80 End of Week Update

First of all: I won NaNoWriMo 2014 (yay!)

It’s far from over, and I have too many ideas still flying around in my head. I’ve approached it differently this year and I’m not sure this was better than last year. 718 more words


Rural Saskatchewan school hub for province's distance education

Watch above: A small community in central Saskatchewan is educating the masses through online teaching.  Aaron Streck finds out how Kenaston instructors managed to save its facility and fill a void. 418 more words


Being an OU student

Gosh, The Open University is a wonderful thing. Distance learning, at your own pace, with no qualifications required and a degree at the end of it. 493 more words

New Online Library Aims to ‘Equalise’ Science Education

The World Library of Science, launched by UNESCO and two partners on 10 November, will give students and teachers around the world access to the latest science information and the opportunity to create a “global community for science education”, the developers say.

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