The Science of Learning is part of Teaching with Technology free online course on WizIQ. Learning is a natural part of our lives. But what do we know abou
Dr. Nellie Deutsch's insight:
Learning is a natural part of our lives. But what do we know about the process of learning? What mechanisms are involved in learning? Is there a science of learning? If so, what is the science of learning and how can teachers apply it in the face-to-face and online classroom?
Teachers and students can collaborate through social networks like Twitter, Facebook, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Massive Open Online Courses. Technology and the Internet provide opportunities to collaborate for learning.
The first presenters of MMVC14 by Dr. Holm and Maija from Finland.
Dr. Nellie Deutsch's insight:
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Hope you're doing great. You're invited to join the 4th annual free 3-day online conference from August 1-3, 2014. Recordings will be available for anyone who is registered. You may also access the content and engage in discussions with the presenters and other participants. Certificates are available for those who reflect on 3 of the live classes or the recordings of the webinars. You're automatically added to the 28 webinars. Here's the link to the conference: http://www.wiziq.com/course/30546-moodlemoot-2014-mmvc14 Enjoy the conference. Thank you.
I would like to invite you to the first ever free Healthy and Sustainable MOOC on WizIQ in the month of September for 5 weeks. There will be live classes with recordings, panel discussions by experts on well being and sustainability, content, and a lot of socializing with people from around the world. Certificates will be available. For further information, just click on the following link and join:http://www.wiziq.com/course/62978-healthy-and-sustainable-living-mooc-2014
For this who just joined and others who may have missed some of the information on Moodle MOOC 4 on WizIQ and Moodle for Teachers, please review the syllabus of Moodle MOOC 4: goo.gl/eu3sr5
You will qualify for a certificate if you watch the live sessions or the recordings and reflect on 10 of them using this reflection guideline: http://goo.gl/xcvFo2 The deadline is July 31, 2014 so there's plenty of time.
You're invited to learn with other teachers from around the globe. Join IATEFL YLTSIG free bi-monthly webinars. You'll receive reminders of the live online events and watch the recordings as many times as you wish. You'll have an opportunity to learn by engaging with the presenters, the content material of the webinars, and with other educators from around the globe. Just click on the following link: http://www.wiziq.com/course/75751-webinars-for-iatefl-ylt-sig to join the webinar area.
The number of participants are rising. So far 3013 have joined MM4 to learn how to teach fully online, blended and the flipped classroom. The 34 recordings of the live presentations on WizIQ focus on how to teach online by 28 renowned presenters from around the globe. It's not too late to join and get your certificate for reflecting on 10 presentations. Click to join: http://www.wiziq.com/course/48101-moodle-mooc-4
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