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Four Assessment Strategies for the Flipped Learning Environment - 12 views

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    "Four Assessment Strategies for the Flipped Learning Environment"
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EcoMUVE > About Us - 0 views

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    EcoMUVE is an exciting new curriculum research project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education that uses immersive virtual environments to teach middle school students about ecosystems and causal patterns
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EcoMUVE: Virtual learning environment - 0 views

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    An understanding of complex causality is a necessary foundational skill for advanced science and mathematics. Ecosystems science, an important strand of the life science content standards, requires an understanding of complex causal relationships. However, even after instruction, students often retain inaccurate interpretations about ecosystems' structural patterns and systemic causality. To address this issue, we are developing a Multi-User Virtual Environment (MUVE)-based ecosystems science curriculum called EcoMUVE, based on middle school life science standards.
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OpenSim - 0 views

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    OpenSimulator is an open source multi-platform, multi-user 3D application server. It can be used to create a virtual environment (or world) which can be accessed through a variety of clients, on multiple protocols. 
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CATME Team Maker - 0 views

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    For teams to be successful, the teamwork environment must be managed. The Team-Maker forms teams according to user-specified criteria. The Comprehensive Assessment for Team-Member Effectiveness (CATME) gathers peer evaluation data and self evaluations to assess how effectively each team member contributes to the team and gives feedback to team members and to the person administering the teams.
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OpenClass - 0 views

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    A learning environment that purports to go beyond the conventional LMS. 
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One Million Acts of Green - 1 views

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    How to be green. See how you and others can contribute to the greening of Canada.
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About MAD | Mapping, Analysis & Design | Faculty of Environment | University of Waterloo - 0 views

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    Scott Anderson's home away from home!
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Excellence in Education Award for Promotion of Sustainable Practices | CMHC - 0 views

  • educational contribution to sustainable practices in the fields of architecture, planning, landscape architecture, urban design, geography, engineering, and environmental studies. I
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    Several UW profs could win this!
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HEASC: Higher Education Associations' Sustainability Consortium - 0 views

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    Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC). HEASC is an informal network of higher education associations (HEAs) with a commitment to advancing sustainability within their constituencies and within the system of higher education itself.
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UW CIP - International Connections Report - Current - 0 views

  • The environment on campus is already international in many respects, due to a multicultural and diverse student body with many ethnic and international students' clubs. Exchange programs are a tremendous learning experience for students and interest in them is growing every year, as evidenced by the number of active student exchange agreements and students participating. Faculty coordinators work on a volunteer basis, and the success of the exchange programs is due in large part to their enthusiasm and dedication. Some exchange agreements provide possibilities for work terms abroad, and these are very attractive to students as a way of broadening their international experience and providing potential employment opportunities upon graduation. In spite of resource limitations, the Department of Co-operative Education and Career Services has been quite successful in finding international placements for students. Waterloo has a strong National Alumni Council and alumni in approximately 100 countries around the world, many in positions of influence.
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Why You'll Want a Mentor Outside the Ivory Tower, Too - Advice - The Chronicle of Highe... - 0 views

  • A good place to start searching for a mentor is within your existing network -- that same pool of friends, alumni, and other contacts who helped you during your job search
  • Since most work environments are very different from academe, you will probably look to a mentor for an explanation of the mores of your new office
  • Mentors have much to gain from these relationships as well. A senior staff member often learns valuable insights into the organization through the eyes of a talented newcomer like yourself.
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  • "An Unorthodox Guide to Mentoring"
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