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using New and Emerging Technologies to enhance Learning Provider's "current Practice" - John is a retired eLearning Adviser, but keeping up to date, and all views are his own
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Born To Build

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The new Born to Build website highlights the huge range of roles in construction, and along the way explodes a few myths about the industry...

Construction is one of the biggest industries to work in, both in the UK and worldwide. To illustrate this, it employs ten per cent of the UK working population and needs to recruit a further 185,000 over the next five years.

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John Dalziel's insight:

The new Born to Build website highlights the huge range of roles in construction, and along the way explodes a few myths about the industry...

Construction is one of the biggest industries to work in, both in the UK and worldwide. To illustrate this, it employs ten per cent of the UK working population and needs to recruit a further 185,000 over the next five years.

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DIY

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DIY.org is a website aimed at kids but, where educators can find dozens of DIY projects that their learners can do on their own or with their peers.


DIY.org provides videos and instructions on how to do the projects.


After going through the directions learners can then try to complete the project(s).


Practitioners can take the role of parents, having their own DIY.org dashboards that they can use to track the activities of their learners. Learners registered on DIY.org will have aliases and cartoon avatar pictures.

 

DIY.org is a source of project ideas for practitioners and their Learners to work on together.

 

Through the project challenges, students can learn about a range of subjects including...
- biology,
- computer science,

- electricity,

- geography,
- music,
- physics,
...and more.

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Shared Google Drive Folders - Presentation

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This presentation goes through the steps needed to create Shared Google Drive Folders. This will allow practitioners to share files, videos and much more with their learners.

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Ideal for Work-Based Learners and/or those who are unable to attend face-to-face sessions.

24/7 access, any time, any place, anywhere.

This is one of, at the time of curating this, eleven presentations.

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Get The Math

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Looking for some contextual challenges for your learners?


Well 'Get the Math' is a multimedia project about algebra in the real world.
See how professionals working in...
     - fashion,
     - videogame design, and
     - music production...
use algebraic thinking.

 

Get the Math also provides interactive challenges related to those careers - e.g. after watching the Math in Fashion video learners have to design a shirt to match a specific price point.

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