Category Archives: Technology

Gaming can make a better world?

Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world (video) http://www.ted.com/talks/jane_mcgonigal_gaming_can_make_a_better_world#t-383932 Advertisements

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Really Big Free Education Technology Resources list

The 2013 Free Emerging Education Technology Resources eBook Free Education  

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Really Big Education Site

Cybrary Man’s Educational Web Sites  The internet catalogue for students, teachers, administrators & parents.Over 20,000 relevant links personally selected by an educator/author with over 30 years of experience.

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Gamefication – Learning by Doing, over and over again

Video games can be a wonderful way to learn something that has to be memorized – like times tables, prime numbers, factors because it allows the player to get enough repetition to memorize something before they’re so bored that they … Continue reading

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The Khan Academy

The Khan Academy –  Video Tutorials on everything Many Adult Basic Education Math students are reluctant to ask questions, especially to ask the same questions a second or third time. Khan academy videos provide straight-forward explanations of math concepts in an … Continue reading

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Online learning and technical difficulties

This article reports the results of a study on the impact that technical difficulties have on online learning. The study presents some insights in to how technical difficulties affect both the amount learned by students and the attrition rate, which … Continue reading

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