With schools jumping on to blended learning classrooms and BYOD teaching culture, parents of millennial students are finding it hard to adapt to the changing contours of education. Most parents are confused on how to react towards technology in teaching concept especially because this learning model and schooling process bears no resemblance to their own experience of school years. If you are a parent of a kids who is studying in a “blended classroom” through ‘education technology tools”, sit back and read our article on becoming a successful parent of a digitally-immersed student.
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Interesting article for parents. Some clues for understanding what BL is about.
Incorporating video into eLearning courses is a great way to facilitate learning through the use of multimedia. According to the Schwartz and Hartmann model for using digital videos for learning, there exist four major learning outcomes: Engaging, Doing, Seeing and Saying. Engaging Videos that show relevant information can be very effective at increasing interest and …
Gamification is simply the idea of taking the principles of play, the things we’ve learned in playing video games and placing those concepts and ideas in the world of education or the workplace to make it more engaging.
“People are almost in this Matrix-like existence,” says education thought-leader Steve Hargadon. “They don’t question schooling. How do you tell a story that opens the door to rethinking what people have believed for decades?
When you launch a new stream of content – a blog, a podcast, a YouTube channel – it’s easy to get discouraged in the early days. For most of us, an audience is slow to build; the now-celebrated blogger Chris Brogan took eight years to reach his first 100 subscribers. [...]
nline repositories hold a huge range of educational materials that encompass learning objects, video, audio and structured courses. The range of choice can be a deterrent for experienced learners and is even more so for those who are tentative and lack confidence. Complexity and choice becomes a barrier to the effective use of open educational resources (OER) in widening participation. In this context a new initiative by the Open University in Scotland is really welcome.
Open Pathways builds on a similar scheme developed by OU colleagues in Wales to support journeys from informal to formal learning. The materials are available as a hard copy pack and online on OpenLearn and are aimed at non-traditional students interested in engaging with education. The approach is quite simply to show how informal learning opportunities can lead to more structured access study and then on to formal accredited higher education modules and qualifications.
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