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8 top eLearning trends for 2019

8 top eLearning trends for 2019 | E_learning | Scoop.it

We are in the last couple of months of 2018, and as the year is winding down, it's this time of the year when we look expectantly towards the new one and the trends that will affect the learning industry—specifically the eLearning landscape. Let’s look at the top eLearning trends for 2019 that will become stronger as we move forward:


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Oscar Carrera's curator insight, October 17, 9:33 AM

These trends will definitely become a norm within the next few years in a K-12 education setting. Great Web 2.0 tools to use in class instruction!

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14 Good Science Apps for Young Learners

14 Good Science Apps for Young Learners | E_learning | Scoop.it
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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, March 20, 2017 11:32 PM
Here is a collection of some interesting iPad apps specifically designed to help kids lear about basics of science and introduce them to wide variety of scientific phenomena. Some of the things kids get to learn from these apps include: the functions of human body, learn core science and math concepts, learn about animals and ecosystem, explore the world of weather, seasons and forecasts. This selection is based on Apple's Early Science Collection in iTunes App Store.
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The Most Popular Language For Machine Learning and Data Science Is …

The Most Popular Language For Machine Learning and Data Science Is … | E_learning | Scoop.it

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The Internet and your Brain are more alike than you Think

The Internet and your Brain are more alike than you Think | E_learning | Scoop.it
How the Internet and our Brains are more alike than we think

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rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, February 14, 2017 3:01 AM
The internet and the human brain are related to each other. Both of these ORGANS work on the basis of connections. The brain has a lot of neurons and the more connections that the neurons make the better the capacity of the brain. The same is true about the internet. The internet works on connections. There are nodes and servers. Both of these organs are information processors. The human brain is a smaller version of the internet!
 
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Carl Jung: Then whatever you learn in analysis will happen to you in reality.

Carl Jung: Then whatever you learn in analysis will happen to you in reality. | E_learning | Scoop.it
Miss Hannah: How much would it help the patient if she should get back into the body? Would she be able to understand it or would sh
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5 Ways to Maximize Your Brain’s Creative Potential – The Mission

5 Ways to Maximize Your Brain’s Creative Potential – The Mission | E_learning | Scoop.it
We all have the ability to maximize our cognitive capabilities. The last several years of brain science have revealed that our brains are incredibly plastic and can be rewired. We can form new habits…

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How Constraints Force Your Brain To Be More Creative

How Constraints Force Your Brain To Be More Creative | E_learning | Scoop.it

For decades, the dominant view among psychologists was that constraints served as a barrier to creativity. Anybody who spends a short time working under a confining bureaucracy, dealing with a micromanaging boss, or sitting in a classroom that teaches to the test can grasp the appeal of this argument. But it isn’t the whole story.

 

Patricia Stokes is a Columbia University psychologist and an expert in the science of creativity. In one experiment she conducted back in 1993, rodents were forced to press a bar with only their right paws. Eventually, they not only learned to adapt to that constraint, but they figured out how to press the bar in more ways than a group that had free use of their limbs. This has come to be called "little ‘c’ creativity"—a form of creativity not focused on producing creative works but rather on solving practical problems through new uses and applications of resources. And it’s this form of creativity that tends to get short shrift.


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When we have less to work with, psychologists have found that we actually begin to see the world differently.

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"Smoke Test" your paradigms - assumptions - and habits
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The Smartest Person in the Room

The Smartest Person in the Room | E_learning | Scoop.it
How can we truly collaborate, learn from each other, and get aligned in a meeting? The key is involvement.

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Cartographies of Time: A Visual History of the Timeline

Cartographies of Time: A Visual History of the Timeline | E_learning | Scoop.it
A chronology of one of our most inescapable metaphors, or what Macbeth has to do with Galileo.

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Andreas Maniatis's curator insight, February 8, 2017 6:50 AM
While historical texts have long been subject to critical analysis, the formal and historical problems posed by graphic representations of time have largely been ignored. This is no small matter: graphic representation is among our most important tools for organizing information. Yet, little has been written about historical charts and diagrams. And, for all of the excellent work that has been recently published on the history and theory of cartography, we have few examples of work in the area Eviatar Zerubavel has called time maps. This book is an attempt to address that gap.
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The Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit – Modern Workplace Learning Magazine

The Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit – Modern Workplace Learning Magazine | E_learning | Scoop.it

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/learn-every-day-a-bit-with-curation/

 

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Abdallah Tanfouri's curator insight, February 7, 2017 12:02 PM
do you think diet is the only way to keep healthy?

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Excellent !

Ginger Jewell's curator insight, February 11, 2017 12:53 PM
I'm not usually much on infographics but this has a ton of resources on it....
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Your visions of the future

Your visions of the future | E_learning | Scoop.it
The finalists from around the world in our "What if you had a vision of the future?" competition

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Americas - Silvia Careli Lopez Falfan, Mexico

 

Video sent by Silvia Careli Lopez Falfan for the BBC "What if" competition

This video was chosen as the best film from the Americas by the curator, writer and academic Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev.

 

"It gives a sense of the future being very humble and very simple and mixed with growing grass and seed, food, landscapes, deserts. It is a very simple and humble technique, a collage of still images but also very joyful," Christov-Bakargiev said.

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ChemSpider | Search and share chemistry

ChemSpider | Search and share chemistry | E_learning | Scoop.it

 

➭ ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast access to over 50  million structures, properties and associated information.

 

➯ By integrating and linking compounds from ~500 data sources, ChemSpider enables researchers to discover the most comprehensive view of freely available chemical data from a single online search.

 

➩ It is owned by the Royal Society of Chemistry. ChemSpider builds on the collected sources by adding additional properties, related information, and links back to original data sources.

 

➮ ChemSpider offers text and structure searching to find compounds of interest and provides unique services to improve this data by curation and annotation, and to integrate it with users’ applications.

 

➬ ChemSpider SyntheticPages (CS|SP) extends this model to cover reactions, providing quick publication, peer review and semantic enhancement of repeatable reactions.

 

➫ ChemSpider won three international awards in 2010: the ALPSP Prize for Publishing Innovation, the Bio-IT World “Best Practices” award for Community Contribution, and the iExpo/KM forum “Most Innovative Software” award.

 

 

Structure ❒ Search

 

 


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25 Big Data Terms Everyone Should Know

25 Big Data Terms Everyone Should Know | E_learning | Scoop.it
If you are new to the field, Big Data can be intimidating! With the basic concepts under your belt, let’s focus on some key terms to impress your date, your boss, your family, or whoever.

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Here are 250 Ivy League courses you can take online right now for free

Here are 250 Ivy League courses you can take online right now for free | E_learning | Scoop.it
250 MOOCs from Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale.

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Learning is Personal not Personalized - Modern Learners

Learning is Personal not Personalized - Modern Learners | E_learning | Scoop.it
It's personal not personalized learning that we should focus on. We need to have more critical conversations about complex learning environments.

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Evolution of cognitive-behavioral therapy for eating disorders

(Available in free full text) The evolution of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for the treatment of bulimic disorders is described in this review. The impacts of successive attempts to enhance CBT such as the addition of exposure and response prevention; the development of enhanced CBT; and broadening the treatment from bulimia nervosa to binge eating disorder are considered. In addition to developing advanced forms of CBT, shortening treatment to guided self-help was the first step in broadening access to treatment. The use of technology such as computer-based therapy and more recently the Internet, promises further broadening of access to self-help and to therapist guided treatment. Controlled studies in this area are reviewed, and the balance of risks and benefits that accompany the use of technology and lessened therapist input are considered. Looking into the future, more sophisticated forms of treatment delivered as mobile applications (“apps”) may lead to more personalized and efficacious treatments for bulimic disorders, thus enhancing the delivery of treatments for eating disorders.


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Hypnotic Language Practitioner Certification PDF Ebook Paul Mascetta Download Free

Hypnotic Language Practitioner Certification PDF Ebook Paul Mascetta Download Free | E_learning | Scoop.it

Hypnotic Language Practitioner Certification PDF Ebook by Paul Mascetta full & legal download. Feel free to share this book with your friends on Facebook! From the Biblical standpoint,I believe that in such places as Deuteronomy 18, when it speaks of ‘charmers and ‘enchanters,’ the practice involved anciently was exactly what has recently become acceptable in medicine and psychiatry as hypnosis. I believe this both from the ancient usage of this word and from occult traditions. Just because hypnosis has surfaced in medicine does not mean that it is different from the ancient practices of charmers and enchanters or from those which have been used more recently by witch doctors and occult hypnotists. Don't forget to click here if you really want to be certified by the Influence Academy to practice Hypnotic Language. 


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Forget Coding--Here's The Skill You Need Most When You Start Your Career

Forget Coding--Here's The Skill You Need Most When You Start Your Career | E_learning | Scoop.it

It used to be that the only way to climb a career ladder was to pick up more skills. Learn how to do X, get paid more for it, and earn job-title Y. Up you went. Each new capability you mastered got you to that "next level," either inside your current company or at a different one. Today, many of those ladders have fallen and shattered, with just a few left standing. Lately there have been efforts to hammer together some new ones, with new skills—usually tech-based—like cybersecurity or coding expertise held up as the new keys to staying competitive in the future job market.

That isn't exactly wrong. Some skill sets really are in higher demand than others, so it makes sense to counsel undergrads and entry-level workers to brush up in certain subject areas in order to gain an edge. But this kind of advice still reflects a "ladder-climbing" mind-set in a world that's looking a lot more like a lattice, where talent—and people's entire careers—are much more fluid.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 9, 2017 4:39 PM

Your technical chops may not give you the edge when you're new to the workforce, but your network might.

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Introducing the "Feather Chart"?

Introducing the "Feather Chart"? | E_learning | Scoop.it

One Angry Bird: Shown here in the form of collected emotion arcs, each “feather” represents an inaugural address. Each barb of the feather is a moment during the speech where the president displayed an emotion — positive emotions are drawn above the quill, negative emotions below. The length of each barb represents the intensity of the emotion. The curve of the feather itself indicates the overall positivity or negativity of the speech.


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Andreas Maniatis's curator insight, February 2, 2017 1:00 PM
It comes without surprise that the feather for Donald Trump weighs predominantly downward in red and orange
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School Climate: For Middle Schoolers, Connection Can Drive Math and Reading

School Climate: For Middle Schoolers, Connection Can Drive Math and Reading | E_learning | Scoop.it
Yet a strong, positive school climate may help counter that upheaval, suggests a new study of California middle school students. Researchers from the Regional Educational Lab West found that 7th graders' math and reading scores rose and fell over time with their belief that their schools had a welcoming climate.

Researchers looked at 7th graders' reports of school climate—including feelings of safety and connection, caring relationships with adults, meaningful student participation, and low rates of bullying, drug use, delinquency and discrimination at school—at 1,000 California middle schools, from 2004-05 through 2010-11. The schools are part of the regional lab's School Climate Alliance, a network of schools that share and analyze their student safety and engagement information to plan improvement strategies. 

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Future Ready: VR, AR, and MR in the classroom beyond the novelty

Future Ready: VR, AR, and MR in the classroom beyond the novelty | E_learning | Scoop.it
Future Ready: VR, AR, and MR in the classroom beyond the novelty. Classroom level application of VR, AR, and MR content is a form of job readiness. These emergent technologies are fun and exciting, they can be used to captivate students but what’s the learning value beyond that? As educators we regularly asking ourselves what…

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Human Resources Business Partner, EPA Job

Human Resources Business Partner, EPA Job | E_learning | Scoop.it
Merck/MSD - Johannesburg, Gauteng - Human Resources Business Partner, EPA-HUM004722Description* Business Partner to the Country Leadership teams, to achieve the business goals and objectives* Drive Talent Management together with Management to...
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