‘an Open Learning Enterprise (working title) at MIT, which is charged with developing a robust, open-source technology platform for interactive, pedagogically effective online learning, and working with MIT faculty to create content to be hosted on the platform.
Again the dichotomy of Internet and education. There has been a lot of fuss going on around this topic, no wonder the impact of the first on the second are clearly displayed in our kids learning habits.
College students summarize educational technology in the single act of using cellphones, not all of them of course but the majority do. Everywhere you turn to you see students deeply engaged in using their phones, some are hooking up a kit to talk while walking
Executive Summary This article discusses an exploratory study that examined whether a wiki-based project could foster student-centered learning. Student teachers were divided into five groups to tackle a group project which involved creating digital learning materials on wiki that could teach information technology (IT) to secondary school students. As assessment is a part of learning, they were also required to develop an assessment rubric to assess the wiki pages created by themselves and their peers. It was observed that a variety of learning resources, such as videos, newspaper clippings, and cartoons, were included in the groups’ wiki pages.
‘Sounds, such as the noise of certain machinery, or the background hum of daily life, have an associative as well as a pure meaning, which can be used to evoke images or ideas relevant to the main substance of what is being taught.
As technology is creeping into our lives, things are no longer the same as they were before. An example of this change is clearly seen in education. Decades ago people never knew or heard of something called online learning.
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