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Ten Educational Innovations To Watch For In The Next Ten Years

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A team of education experts at the Open University (UK), led by Professor Mike Sharples, have identified "ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on e...

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5 Classroom Design Strategies for Lecture Capture -- Campus Technology

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Ready or not, schools are being forced to offer online or hybrid classes. AV Specialist Michael David Leiboff shares five tips to help colleges and universities prepare their classrooms for the lecture capture needs of today and tomorrow.

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Camela Giraud's curator insight, March 14, 2013 5:33 AM

This is an interesting trend. I do think basic video editing skills are going to be an important part of a teacher's toolbox. Still, the trend is troublesome in some ways, I think. Does it increase the speed of the movement away from the brick and mortar experience or simply add another tool for teachers to deliver content for learning and review? Not sure.

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Extending the Active Learning Environment: From Physical to Virtual and the Spaces in Between

Learning at its best is an active process; yet, the majority of learning spaces in higher education encourage passive learning where students sit in rows and watch instructors lecture. Even virtual learning spaces, which hold great promise, commonly position students as passive receptors of streamed information. These passive environments assume that knowledge is fixed, needing only to be transferred from faculty to student. In contrast, active learning environments assume that knowledge is fluid—to be co-created and shaped by all classroom participants.

As virtual and physical spaces become evermore entwined, this session invites participants to explore three newly constructed active learning environments that breakdown the barriers of traditional classrooms. Come explore spaces that support synchronous learning with local and distant students as well as technology-infused collision spaces that extend learning outside of class. During this session participants will:

learn more about active learning and the paradigm shift from “information-era” to “creative-era” classrooms.understand physical, social, and technological barriers to active learning.explore three technology-infused active learning environments and their application across fields of business, design, and journalism.learn about technologies that support active learning for local and distant students.


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Ante Runnquist's curator insight, December 3, 2013 4:08 PM

Havenät listened to more than the beginning. keeping this one as a memo, maybe later...

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The End of the University as We Know It

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The End of the University as We Know It - Nathan Harden - The American Interest - The higher ed revolution is coming.

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Redesigned learning spaces can support new learning potential ...

Redesigned learning spaces can support new learning potential ... | Hack The University | Scoop.it
Their Remake Your Class resources cap off a long list of related blogs and articles about the impact of space and design on learning. And in this video, David Thornburg demonstrates a serious less-is-more design approach ...

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Receiving Video Quiz Results in Moodle

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Do you use both Camtasia Studio and Moodle in your classroom? Want to make it easier to record the results of your Camtasia Studio quizzes in your Moodle g.

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State Schools Top Ivies In Key College Costs ROI

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College costs a fortune, so figuring your return on investment is an essential part of selecting a school. Here's how to do it. Also, here are the top schools.
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Space and consequences: The impact of different formal learning spaces on instructor and student behavior | The Journal of Learning Space Design


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Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)'s curator insight, December 20, 2012 3:56 PM
D. Christopher Brooks

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This article presents the results of a quasi-experimental research project investigating the impact of two different formal learning spaces – a traditional classroom and a technologically enhanced active learning classroom – on instructor behavior, classroom activities, and levels of on-task student behavior at a large mid-western university. Using time-series data collected as part of a series of classroom observations, we demonstrate that not only are clear differences manifest in terms of what occurred within each space, but that the different classroom types are linked causally to the observed differences in instructor and student behavior.
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Announcement: Awarding of the 2012 M. Perry Chapman Prize - SCUP's Planning for Higher Ed Mojo

Announcement: Awarding of the 2012 M. Perry Chapman Prize - SCUP's Planning for Higher Ed Mojo | Hack The University | Scoop.it
The successful proposal was entitled: “Research on Learning Space Design: Present State, Future Directions.”

 

The research team for the proposal is led by Susan Painter, director, Research Studio, AC Martin of Los Angeles. The team also includes Jill Morelli, University of Washington School of Medicine; Janice Fournier, University of Washington; Susan Whitmer, Herman Miller; and Joseph Cevetello, University of Southern California.


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Turn Your Classroom Into The “Meet the Press” Studio | Strategic Trends

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Turn Your Classroom Into The “Meet the Press” Studio http://t.co/WN1F3RfT @StrategicTrends #classroom #ed #edtech #teachers...

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Learning Space Rating System Project - CNI

... Space Rating System Project. August 15, 2013. I am posting this announcement of a new learning space rating system for classrooms, an important development for those of you interested in learning space design.
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Purdue directions in learning space design | Library exchange at ...

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As Aalto University Library is going through renovation and the redesign of our library spaces and learning centers, learning space design is one of most pressing contemporary issues in our agenda. I was fortunate enough to ...
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