Month: November 2015

Do we need to be interested in online education?

Do we need to be interested in online education?

In an era of e-learning where it seems that more and more people become interested in gaining knowledge online, it can be of interest to see what are the statistics on online education trends over the past decade.
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It is OK to be smart

Amazing science question answered by Joe Hanson.

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Quote: Life

Quote: Life

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Technology Requirements for TESOL Online Courses

Technology requirements for TESOL online courses

Technology Requirements for TESOL Online Courses

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How does our brains function?

If you wonder how do you remember of forget things, here are some interesting facts about human brains. With one billion connections in our brains, we really are piece of art.

Let us know if you have any comments on the infograph about our brains.
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10 Reasons why learning can be easy!

10 Reasons why learning can be easy

10 Reasons why learning can be easy!

 

The title of this post seemed impossible?

How can learning be simple?
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Quote: One word

Quote: One word

Quote: One word

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Four major advantages of using Windows compared to IOS

Four major advantages of using Windows compared to IOS

Four major advantages of using Windows compared to IOS

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Technology is growing with every passing day, there is no doubt about the fact that technology will continue to outshine everything else that goes around in the world. From smart phones to the internet and beyond, there are so many different kinds of developments that are going on in this world related to technology.
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Gates Foundation awards $3.2 million grant for personalised learning

    Austin, TX (November 12, 2015) — The New Media Consortium (NMC), an international not-for profit organisation focused on educational innovation, has received a major grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to lead a postsecondary initiative in personalised learning. The NMC will promote the adoption of high-quality personalised learning solutions, including courseware […]

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Which is the most effective way to take notes?

Which is the most effective way to take notes?

Which is the most effective way to take notes?

 

People tend to lose almost 40% of new information within the first 24 hours of first reading or hearing it. If notes are taken effectively , it is possible to retain and retrieve almost 100% of the received information. Effective note taking is interactive, and it concerns using the original notes numerous times to build memory of the content. The rate of forgetting is minimized if students re-read their notes the same day they have taken it.
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