Guest Post by Julie Petersen. Julie is a tutor and a blogger, who features the latest career and educational trends in her articles. At present time she is working on her first ebook dedicated to online learning.
Have you ever dreamed of making your own video game, but gotten stuck with every tool you've looked at? Here are five you can start with that aim to make the process as simple as possible – no programming necessary.
“What do I mean when I talk about transformational productivity reforms that can also boost student outcomes? Our K–12 system largely still adheres to the century-old, industrial-age factory model of education.
The merged journal, ‘Online Learning,’ aims to expand scholarly research in the field of online education; the merger represents an extension of an existing collaboration between the two organizations.
Pixar, the company behind Toy Story, Cars and other incredible animated movies, has announced that it's in-house 3D rendering software, RenderMan, is now free for non-commercial use. RenderMan creates the rendering with lighting effects.
By Tanner Higgin, Graphite When I was in school, game-based learning was a novelty. This was the era of Math Blaster!, Lemonade Stand and Oregon Trail, when game-based learning meant digitized practice problems or clunky, paper-thin simulations.
The debate over the advantages and disadvantages of online education heated up recently after news broke that Arizona State University (ASU) will offer its incoming students the option of a traditional freshman year – or one that is completely online. ...
Scientific evidence supports the use of active video games to promote a range of health and health education-related outcomes in children. Even sedentary games produce tangible outcomes in asthma- and diabetes-related behavioral changes in children.
Score one for gamers. An experiment at Brown University has found a correlation between people who frequently play video games and their ability to retain learning about two quickly learned visual activities.
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