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Quipper - Learn and Share

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Quipper's aim is to revolutionise the way people learn and share knowledge. We want learning to go mobile, across the world.

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John McDermott Neill's curator insight, August 18, 2013 6:11 AM

This does look interesting. I will be taking a closer look soon.

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Découvrez et soutenez le projet entrepreneurial de Benoit RENARD étudiant en 5e année majeure entrepreneuriat à l’ESSCA

Découvrez et soutenez le projet entrepreneurial de Benoit RENARD étudiant en 5e année majeure entrepreneuriat à l’ESSCA | Bridget C. Springer | Scoop.it

Le projet Coureo, lancé par Benoit RENARD (étudiant en 5e année majeure entrepreneuriat à l'ESSCA) propose un service de soutien scolaire résolument innovant, en phase avec les nouveaux besoins des lycéens et compatible avec leurs ressources financières.


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The Psychology of Cults - All In The Mind - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The Psychology of Cults - All In The Mind - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Bridget C. Springer | Scoop.it

Podcast from RadioNational Australia.

 

If you sign up to a weekend personal development workshop, you don’t really expect to emerge 10 years later a shadow of your former emotional self. What sets many groups apart from what we regard as cults is a range of powerful psychological techniques which can be difficult to see through—particularly if you are at a vulnerable time of your life. We hear the story of one woman’s escape from a cult and some insights into those persuasive techniques


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ibiss helter's curator insight, September 20, 2013 6:41 AM

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Anthropomics: Genetics as political ideology

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Greg Downey's curator insight, March 9, 2013 7:39 PM

Jonathan Marks brings a really strong critique of the political naivite of a lot of genetics research:

'This is political and has always been.  The people who are the most political tend to be the ones claiming self-consciously to be the most scientific, and tend to be the ones whose science stands up the worst.  That's another reason to study history.  It’s time to stop allowing people to pretend that this science isn’t political, and claiming the higher scientific ground for for their thinly cloaked politicized science; they are entitled only to the lower scholarly ground and the lower moral ground.  That’s is not where science belongs.'

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How Computers Can Impede Spaces of Learning | DMLcentral

How Computers Can Impede Spaces of Learning | DMLcentral | Bridget C. Springer | Scoop.it

It’s not enough to give these devices to students and teachers and expect classroom practice to shift. The preservice teachers I work with are using technology in ways that are familiar to me. Some of the obvious examples: they not-so-discretely text in class and they occasionally get wrapped up in Facebook or online chats with friends when the class is engaged in a class wide discussion. These examples are akin to what I’ve seen in my high school experience. And if these are the students who are going to be our future teachers soon, do we really expect radical shifts in how they treat and adapt technology in schools?


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Yasemin Allsop's curator insight, July 28, 2013 12:42 PM

Good point! I always say implementing technology into classroom is more than just re-organising the furniture!

Anderson Lee's comment, July 29, 2013 12:33 AM
Since we are living in a world where technology plays an important role in daily life, and that includes the classroom, teacher education institutions must develop strategies on how teachers should adapt to changing technologies in a way that it should have positive impact in the classroom, and not the other way around.
carldowse's curator insight, July 29, 2013 6:21 AM

A useful reminder of the possible pitfalls of tapping into the connectivity offered by modern-day technology.