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Study Pulses: Why studying MORE is making you a dumbass - 0 views

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    I initially just thought they were smarter than me. When I later realized that success in University had nothing to do with intelligence, I then started studying how they were doing so well and I was doing so badly.
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Study Ties Student Achievement to Technology Integration : April 2009 : THE Journal - 0 views

  • , the report showed that in high-need schools, there's been a 31 percent increase in the "innovative use of technology by teachers in core subject areas." What's more, in these schools, the report found significant increases in reading and math achievement (17 percent to 33 percent in reading and 18 percent to 36 percent in math).
  • 14-point increase in graduation rates, from 66 percent to 80 percent.
  • technology can help develop sustainable programs with short and long-term academic and economic benefits
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Classroom 2.0 - 0 views

shared by Steve Hargadon on 15 Mar 09 - Cached
  • Welcome to www.Classsroom20.com, the social networking site devoted to those interested in the practical application of computer technology (especially Web 2.0) in the classroom and in their own professional development. Especially we hope that those who feel they are "beginners" will find this a comfortable place to start being a part of the community dialog and to learn more.
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      Classroom20 social network over 1000 members and growing, forums, blogs - very active community - definitely worth joining. Not sure however that Ning is the best platform. Am thinking that something like ectolearning.com might be more suitable even though it isn't as "jazzy" as Ning.
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Study: class podcasts can lead to better grades - Ars Technica - 0 views

  • Listening to podcasted versions of university lectures seems to be better for students than simply going to class, according to new research by State University of New York (SUNY) Fredonia psychologist Dani McKinney. Her study, titled "iTunes University and the classroom: Can podcasts replace Professors?" suggests that students who download the podcast version of a class tend to achieve better academic performance than those who don't, though it's more about what the students do when they download the podcast than the existence of the podcast itself.
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    Listening to podcasted versions of university lectures seems to be better for students than simply going to class, according to new research by State University of New York (SUNY) Fredonia psychologist Dani McKinney. Her study, titled "iTunes University and the classroom: Can podcasts replace Professors?" suggests that students who download the podcast version of a class tend to achieve better academic performance than those who don't, though it's more about what the students do when they download the podcast than the existence of the podcast itself.
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Online Flash Cards at Cramberry - 0 views

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    creating a set of flashcards
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Study on the Effective Use of Social Software by UK FE & HE to Support Student Learning... - 0 views

  • This study provides insights about
  • educational goals of using social software tools; enablers or drivers within the institution, or from external sources which positively influence the adoption of social software; benefits to the students, educators and institutions; challenges that may influence a social software initiative; and issues that need to be considered in a social software initiative.
  • social software tools support a variety of ways of learning: sharing of resources (eg bookmarks, photographs), collaborative learning, problem-based and inquiry-based learning, reflective learning, and peer-to-peer learning.
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  • The educator’s role is changing from being a provider of information to a facilitator or moderator
  • adjusting to a ‘new’ way of teaching.
  • The results highlight the different pedagogical roles of social software: communication, nurturing creativity and innovation, and collaborative learning.
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    Study on the Effective Use of Social Software by UK FE & HE to Support Student Learning & Engagement
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Flashcards - 2 views

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How to Study the Entire Organic Chemistry Course in 24 Hours - 0 views

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    Organic Chemistry is all about understanding its core concepts and relating them to problem solving. There are three key learning components in this introductory chemistry rapid learning course
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Study in Australia | Study Abroad | Universities in Australia - 0 views

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    Australia has a strong reputation for excellence in educational institutions, that we can guarantee you the best study experience abroad with an affordable tuition fees and cost of living. And there are many universities and institution in Australia which offer more than 12,000 courses which are well known for their world class standard.
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