Entrepreneurs are always learning. Whether it’s through reading or watching a mentor work, learning how to do business better is a fundamental part of running a company.
So it’s little wonder many courses in the latest trend of free education are aimed squarely at entrepreneurs. While some may still view free, online courses with a sense of derision, the truth is these resources are quality sources of knowledge.
E-books are already a fraught subject for many readers, writers, publishers and designers, but children's e-books are even more so. Is it rotting their minds? Is it as good as good ol' paper? Is it too interactive for their own good?
Interactive ebooks are digital projects that I work on as a digital designer myself. I also teach third year digital media students how to make interactive ebooks on iPads. In fact, this book is one of my examples that I showed in my class. In my opinion, both the story and the graphics are fantastic. The interactivity is intuitive and it complements the story very well. It is almost like mini game on each page. Highly recommended.
Inspired by how Professor Michael Sandel conducts such engaging lectures even in such a huge. In my opinion, it is always not easy to be interactive especially when you have hundreds of students in your lecture.
A broader definition comes from the book Teaching 2030; teacherpreneurs are:
“…teacher leaders of proven accomplishment who have a deep knowledge of how to teach, a clear understanding of what strategies must be in play to make schools highly successful, and the skills and commitment to spread their expertise to others – all while keeping at least one foot firmly in the classroom.”
This article provides some interesting ways of using online education technologies to make teaching and learning more interesting. With the increasing digital litracy, we need to incorporate digital learning environments in our teaching. Students also need to learn how to sift through information online and to be competent in technologies.
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