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Learn New Languages by Reading News Articles. Mini Edtech Function Review on Lingua.ly

Lingua.ly

What this Resource Includes: News Articles, Quizzes, Vocabulary Word Bank, International Dictionary
Subjects: English, Spanish, French, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Turkish… 128 more words

Adaptive Learning

The Role of Instagram for Students in the Online Classroom

When people think of Instagram in the classroom they typically think of problems students have goofing off on social media and sharing pictures and video when they should be paying attention to what the teacher is talking about. 246 more words

Healthcare E-learning

Training Trends Across Generations

When it comes to providing training, companies are paying more and more attention to the trends set by its employees. From catering to an employee’s age to taking the latest technology into consideration, all of these play a key factor in tailoring the professional development of each employee. 273 more words

Workplace Training

iPods

http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ831298.pdf

iPods, a mobile multimedia device available through Apple, is a tool in which many are familiar; in fact, since it was introduced in 2006, an estimated 368.86 million units have been sold ( 279 more words

Education

MimioMobile App

http://www.mimio.com/en-NA/Products/MimioMobile-Application.aspx

The MimioMobile app allows classrooms to connect and collaborate through a mobile device.  Educators using the application are able to display a QR code for learners to scan, allowing quick and easy access to a MimioStudio lesson, and then remotely connect different learners to allow for collaboration.  150 more words

Education

R U Maximizing your M-Learning Experience?

I am a huge fan of Columbo (detective show starring the late Peter Falk). As such, a recent (okay from the early 70s) episode had a psychologist (murderer) on talking about control of words and how they control you.  2,005 more words

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