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Week 2: Exploring technology, networks and communities in the service of learning

In the video

Time: 6:30 mins.
A few thoughts as we head into week 2 of the 6-week open section of #msloc430 (video recorded Feb. 1, 2015). 480 more words

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The ideal wallet | A design thinking activity

Last week, I attended a really engaging design thinking workshop. The second half was structured around a single activity broken into many stages. I’m going to reproduce the activity as I experienced it. 852 more words

Are you interested in Richard III and his world?

This past summer/fall, I took a MOOC (mass open online course) on the Age of Richard III taught by Deirdre O’Sullivan of Leicester University. It was an absolutely marvelous experience. 108 more words

Tudor England

Are you interested in Richard III and his world?

This past summer/fall, I took a MOOC (mass open online course) on the Age of Richard III taught by Deirdre O’Sullivan of Leicester University. It was an absolutely marvelous experience. 108 more words

Tudor England

19 upcoming MOOCs for educators

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) may have dwindled to a trickle over the Christmas-New Year period but they’re back with a vengeance. Here are 19 courses that are relevant to educators and ELT professionals. 346 more words

New MOOCs for Educators

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Here are a couple of upcoming MOOCs from MOOC-Ed:
“Fraction Foundations (January 26 – March 22)

This eight-week course will help you teach fractions concepts and skills more effectively by increasing your understanding of students’ thinking and implementing research-based approaches in the classroom. 337 more words

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