What I'm really thinking: the forum moderator The Guardian I've discovered that commenting on message boards and forums reveals a different side to your personality. Usually one that shouldn't be encouraged.
Device use expands through adaptation, innovation Minneapolis Star Tribune In recent years, criticism of the FDA has intensified, as device companies accuse the agency of stifling business and innovation through unnecessary review protocols.
The picture above is from We Are The 99 Percent, a Tumblr blog where people post stories of economic hardship. The chart below shows the frequency of posts on the blog since it got going in early September.
IS ANYONE THINKING? Times of Malta (blog) The question was going to be, is anyone thinking things through, but quite apart from the fact that it was too long as a title, the question really is "is anyone thinking?
* We don’t need better assessments; we need different assessments that help us understand students as learners and constructors of their own ongoing education instead of knowers of information and narrow skills. * We don’t need better teachers; we need different teachers who see their roles as master learners first and content guides or experts second. * We don’t need better schools; we need different schools that function as communities of inquiry and learning instead of delivery systems for a highly proscribed, traditional curriculum.
… the idea of a fully networked, progressive learning environment would for the vast majority constitute *different* and would require us... to redefine the future.
Welcome to Video for Learning, for the foreseeable future I will be curating resources to further the study and research, practice and discussion of video for learning. Online video; its creation, use and re-use for all stages of learning, will be explored from both pedagogical and technical viewpoints.
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