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The Commoditization of Deep Learning

The Commoditization of Deep Learning | Considerations... on openness | Scoop.it
It is getting easier and easier to do deep learning (DL). There exist papers, blogs, frameworks, books, courses, newsletters, conferences…

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Data Storytelling: What It Is, Why It Matters - InformationWeek

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Telling a compelling story with your data helps you get your point across effectively. Here are four tips to keep your data from getting lost in translation.
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Brexit and higher education: what next?

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While the UK digests its vote to leave the EU, attention is shifting to the result’s implications for specific parts of the economy. One sector particularly impacted by Brexit is higher education
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The new ‘Open Education Scoreboard’ goes live

The new ‘Open Education Scoreboard’ goes live | Considerations... on openness | Scoop.it
New Open Education Europa online courses finding and tracking tool goes live today, coinciding with the portal's... http://t.co/5nRvgDeBln

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still in  avery limited version, lacking the name of the institutions who are launching them, languages, type of MOOC and links to them...

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8 Best Coding Games For Kids

8 Best Coding Games For Kids | Considerations... on openness | Scoop.it
Help children become active rather than passive users of technology with these exciting coding games for kids. It’s much easier to teach kids programming when you offer them games that are interactive, entertaining and educational. Kids love playing games, so game based learning is a natural evolution and a perfect environment for coding games. Coding doesn’t have to be hard and boring, it can be fun if taught in the right way. Kids are growing up surrounded by technology so learning to program will be an essential part of their educational agenda and open up many opportunities for jobs in the future. Have a look at these eight best learn to code games for kids and choose the one your kid will love the most.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, August 24, 2016 6:14 PM

Good stuff! Thanks to John Evans.

Lee Hall's curator insight, August 25, 2016 9:01 AM
Have fun with your children or students and learn something about coding yourself. 
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74% of teachers say educational technology is a student motivator (infographic)

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Personalize Learning: Stages of Personalized Learning Environments (v3)

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The Stages of Personalized Learning Environments (version 2) was updated from feedback and input from educators around the world.


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Gust MEES's curator insight, February 19, 2014 6:53 PM


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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=PLE


Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, February 20, 2014 12:09 AM

It is interesting we thought we had to have stages of personal learning environments?

Nichelle Plivelic's comment, March 6, 2014 7:57 AM
There are three main stages to personalized learning, which involves the teacher figuring out how each student learns individually and establishing goals for the students. A teacher can change the physical layout if this helps(when working with children who are easily distracted, such as those with ADHD or autism, it's best to get rid of as many distractions as possible). The student will learn at their own pace in whatever way is the most effective.