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what not to do in a thesis conclusion, part one: christmas present five

what not to do in a thesis conclusion, part one: christmas present five | Andragogy | Scoop.it
The conclusion is one of the most important sections of the thesis, yet it is often done quite badly. This is not good because the conclusion is a key part of the text and thesis writers really nee...
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Academic writing.
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Screencasting: Add Voice Over to PowerPoint Presentations in 5 Easy Steps

Screencasting:  Add Voice Over to PowerPoint Presentations in 5 Easy Steps | Andragogy | Scoop.it
“See this great presentation:”
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Tech Teach Blog
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Educator as a Maker Educator - User Generated Education @jackiegerstein

"Being a Maker Educator often requires changing one's mindset, roles, and skills typically associated with being an educator - includes an informal assessment and resources."
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STEAM.
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Redefining the meaning of intelligence [Video]

Redefining the meaning of intelligence [Video] | Andragogy | Scoop.it
This is a 6 minute video interview with Scott Barry Kaufman, author of “Un-Gifted—Intelligence Redefined.” He discusses his new book and how intelligence is more than just standardized test scores.
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3 Good iPad Apps for Creating Citations and Bibliographies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

3 Good iPad Apps for Creating Citations and Bibliographies ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Andragogy | Scoop.it
"I just received an email from one of the readers of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning asking about some good iPad apps for creating citations and bibliographies. I have gone through my archive and compiled the short list below. Enjoy"
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How To Bring Your Lab Notebook Into The 21st Century - Edudemic

How To Bring Your Lab Notebook Into The 21st Century - Edudemic | Andragogy | Scoop.it
“ Ever wondered how you can turn the ever-useful lab notebook into an electronic information masterpiece? Maggie Keeler tells us how!”
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Science Note-booking with a tablet.
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iPad App of the Week: Juxtaposer | iPad Insight

iPad App of the Week: Juxtaposer | iPad Insight | Andragogy | Scoop.it
"iPad apps are, and have always been, a big part of what makes the iPad such a powerful device. Great apps, and unique apps that you just don’t find anywhere else, are one of the hallmark features of the iPad. They have been since Day 1, and scores of great developers and publishers continue to produce apps that are exclusively for the iPad. Our weekly picks for Best iPad App of the Week are published here every Saturday. This week’s pick is Juxtaposer, an app that lets you combine multiple pictures to create fun and striking new images. Better still, it’s got an easy to use interface – that makes the process quite quick."
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ParticiPoll free audience polling for PowerPoint

ParticiPoll free audience polling for PowerPoint | Andragogy | Scoop.it
“Free audience polling add-in for PowerPoint that uses audience members' mobile devices for voting and displays results live in your slides.”
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Poll on ppt live.
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How We Used Story To Get 300% More People To Read Our Content

How We Used Story To Get 300% More People To Read Our Content | Andragogy | Scoop.it
“When marketers say that stories engage your readers, it’s not fluff - it’s psychology, and it’s incredibly powerful. Here's how to harness it.”
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Using Stories.
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9 Listening Strategies that Develop Active Listeners | TESOL Connections

9 Listening Strategies that Develop Active Listeners | TESOL Connections | Andragogy | Scoop.it
It’s not enough for students to merely listen to audio assignments. Students must use strategies that make them active, not passive, listeners. To understand the difference between active and passive listening, students need direct instruction on strategies that work (Vandergrift, 1999; Goh, 2008; Vandergrift & Tafaghodtari, 2010). To accomplish this, teachers should use time in class to model effective strategies and evaluate students’ use of them. Students who use before-, during- and after-listening strategies develop skills that enable them to monitor their own metacognitive processes.
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Digital Literacy: Guiding students (and teachers) to develop their 21st century skills - Jenny Luca - EduTECH 2014

Digital Literacy: Guiding students (and teachers) to develop their 21st century skills - Jenny Luca - EduTECH 2014 | Andragogy | Scoop.it

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3 Ways to Show Proper Appreciation For Teachers - Edudemic

3 Ways to Show Proper Appreciation For Teachers - Edudemic | Andragogy | Scoop.it
“ Praising is one thing that usually brings comfort and joy to a person. Seeing someone who appreciates your work and lighting a spark of understanding in someone’s eyes is something so unique and rewarding that only a few of us really experience. But it’s this same feeling that keeps educators going. It motivates them to …”
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Something we don't do enough of and should. DIY
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