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Hyperloop: Menschliche Rohrpost mit 1.220 km/h

Hyperloop: Menschliche Rohrpost mit 1.220 km/h | Creative cvs. | Scoop.it
Elon Musk hat sein Projekt Hyperloop offiziell vorgestellt und verraten, wie das Transportsystem funktioniert, das Menschen für 20 US-Dollar in 35 Minuten von Los Angeles nach San Francisco bringen

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Gust MEES's curator insight, August 13, 2013 6:43 AM

 

Innovative!

 

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Co-Use and Technology: A Magic Mix

Co-Use and Technology: A Magic Mix | Creative cvs. | Scoop.it
Often with technology tools, we focus on each student having his or her own device (1:1). Yet, two minds are better than one when it comes to knowledge construction, as social interactions play a vital role in learning. When students share -- or co-use -- a technology tool with someone else, there are pronounced benefits to the learning experience.

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It's more fun with 2
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Life Feast: App smashing more Study Guides for students

Life Feast: App smashing more Study Guides for students | Creative cvs. | Scoop.it

"Is it time to revise for examinations?


How can we make study guides more visually appealing?


These are some examples of app smashed VISUAL STUDY GUIDES I've prepared for my students:"


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Martínez Andrea's curator insight, June 7, 2014 1:08 PM

Es el momento de revisar los exámenes? Cómo podemos hacer que las  guías de estudio sean atractivas visualmente para los estudiantes? Aquí algunos ejemplos.

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10 Apps to Help Students With Their Social Studies Homework - The Tech Edvocate

10 Apps to Help Students With Their Social Studies Homework - The Tech Edvocate | Creative cvs. | Scoop.it
Social studies homework can be boring when it only consists of reading a textbook. It can also be boring and long when students are required to research or memorize geography. For these reasons, many students claim that they don’t enjoy the social studies. But, geography, history, civics, sociology, and political science can be very enjoyable when made interactive.

Many teachers are taking advantage of interactive assignments, activities, and documentaries in the classroom. Now, students can continue that interactive learning and studying at home while completing homework.

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Universities should ban PowerPoint — It makes students stupid and professors boring

Universities should ban PowerPoint — It makes students stupid and professors boring | Creative cvs. | Scoop.it
Courses designed around slides therefore propagate the myth that students can become skilled and knowledgeable without working through dozens of books, hundreds of articles and thousands of problems.

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never saw the Point or felt the Power
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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 25, 2016 12:36 AM

Think it has more to do with how the slides are used than the fact that they use them.

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The Real Pirates of the Caribbean

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Explore the travels and exploits of five real pirates of the Caribbean. Click through the tabs to track the adventures of each pirate overlaid on Spanish ports and pirate strongholds in the area. Zoom into the map to see additional detail.
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Jared Medeiros's curator insight, February 11, 2015 10:00 PM

This pirate excursion map is so cool and gives a great look at the travels of different pirates.  As we get farther away from these time periods, it seems like the idea of these Caribbean pirates are fictional.  To hear true historical events about these individual pirates is very interesting.  I would  love to take a time machine back to Port Royal during these times to experience that madness.

Brian Wilk's curator insight, March 28, 2015 9:34 AM

Imagine the horror a native of the Caribbean must have felt when white men came into their scenic lands and pillaged their villages and plundered their treasuries? Blackbeard otherwise known as Edward Teach, would light slow burning cannon fuses and place them in his beard to create an aura about him as he fought and raided these port of call. Calico Jack Rackham, a great pirate name if there ever was one, was best known for having  a pair of female pirates aboard. Instantly becomes one of my heroes! Then you have William Parker who was actually an opportunist backed by England who plundered Spanish treasures throughout Central America. Here is my favorite pirate joke; what is a pirate's favorite letter? "R" you say? No, it's the letter "C", pirates love the sea....

Dr. Helen Teague's curator insight, September 14, 2015 9:28 AM

very interesting interactive map