Contents tagged with Education
Although this is geared for educators, anyone who creates presentations can learn a thing or two (or 10) from this slide deck. Tweak Your Slides: Ten Design Principles for Educators (version 3.0) View more presentations from Chiara Ojeda
Another great animation by RSA to a talk by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert.
Girls Who Code is a non-profit that’s teaching girls how to code. It sounds like a great program and there’s a massive shortage of science and technology grads, this is a good way to turn the tide.
If you’re going to be the Boston area next weekend, definitely check out Microsoft’s and the Shared Learning Collaborative’s two-day combination Codeathon and Tagathon event in Boston on Sept 29-30. The Shared Learning Collaborative (SLC) will launch its education data service and API this December …
Here’s an interesting infographic on bringing electronic games into the classroom. Courtesy of: Online Schools
Most people know that geo-location services can raise some privacy concerns, but who would think that universities are leading the charge on geo-location services? Maybe the smart phone is a little too smart. Courtesy of: Online Colleges [found via AllTop]
University of Michigan Professor Lampe uses gamification in his 200-student lecture classes to better engage his students. [found via Slashdot]
There’s a new meme in town and, since my dog (doge?) is part Shibu Inu, it seemed only fitting he had his own meme. I decided to show his internal dialogue after telling him about some of the latest fun and educational apps new to the Windows 8 app store. Stack the States …