... one way for institutions to meet the many requirements. While not everyone is interested in technology-enriched learning, and it's not a remedy for all that ails education, it is making headway even in traditional classrooms.
I received a tweet about tips for writing test questions on the Questionmark blog. Here is the list of tips they posted: 1. Keep stems and statements as short as possible and use clear, concise language.
It’s clear that today’s students rely heavily on electronic devices even when they’re not incorporated in the classroom. In one survey of college students, 38% said they couldn’t even go 10 minutes without switching on some sort of electronic device.
Technology will only advance learning if it is used to support literacy and inquiry, William Oehlkers and Cindy DiDonato write. (RT @kathycook1: Will Technology Advance Learning, or Prove a Distraction?
Chronicle of Higher Education: Google Begins to Scale Back Its Scanning of Books From University Libraries (Chronicle of Higher Education: Google Begins to Scale Back Its Scanning of Books From University Libraries: http://t.co/ZHz1mUAu...)...
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