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6 tools for parent-teacher collaboration | eSchool News | eSchool News

6 tools for parent-teacher collaboration | eSchool News | eSchool News | Cards for learning | Scoop.it
These six apps help parents and teachers stay connected and communicate throughout the school year.

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Julie's curator insight, November 14, 2014 11:50 AM

Good to know..

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UX Ideas in the Cards | UX Magazine

UX Ideas in the Cards | UX Magazine | Cards for learning | Scoop.it

By "UX card sets" I mean a collection of ideas, concepts, or approaches assembled into a card deck. My collection of card sets includes ones that are, for me, relevant to UX work. Like playing cards, cards are generally printed on heavy paper, board, or plastic, and are usually palm size, which makes them easy tp handle and share.

 

Why cards? They're more tactile and make it easy to quickly access possible approaches to problem solving. And in most cases cards are portable, which comes in handy when running workshops with clients or peers, as you can always have them with you. As well, the small size of the cards means they have to explain concepts compactly making it easier to quickly explain and understand.

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a vida é um jogo, melhor se divertir com ela.

life is a game, we better have fun with it.

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What is The Value of Questions and How Can Your Business Benefit From Them?

What is The Value of Questions and How Can Your Business Benefit From Them? | Cards for learning | Scoop.it

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Innovation levers

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janlgordon's curator insight, November 10, 2013 1:02 PM

This post was written by Andy Capaloff for Curatti


I love this article because as curator and a business owner being a provacateur is essential in instigating conversation and taking a topic to another level which can lead to all kinds of opportunities. There's an art to asking questions and this just first of many pieces on this topic that you'll find on Curatti


Something to ponder.......


How can you use leverage questions to benefit your business?


Can monetary value be placed on questions?  Not really, as there are too many variables involved. But depending on the timing and manner of delivery, questions can be the ingredient that spurs innovation and growth.

 

Here's are a few highlights:

 

The rhetorical question can spur conversation and wake up a

slumbering ideas process


The joking question can lift a mood


The incisive question can take a brilliant idea into a different stratosphere


The personal question can tell a person struggling in solitude that someone in the world cares


Selected by Jan Gordon for Curatti covering Curation, Social Business and Beyond


Read more here: [http://curatti.com/the-value-of-questions/]