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John Evans

New Study Uncovers What Teens Actually Share On Social Media | Edudemic - 25 views

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Dean Mantz

StudyBoost.com - 14 views

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    Using chat, txt message and notecards for study assistance.
Randy Rodgers

STUDYBLUE | Make online flashcards & notes. Study anywhere, anytime. - 0 views

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    Create online flashcards with Study Blue.
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    Create online flashcards that students can access via web browser or mobile apps (iOS and Android); tracks student progress.
Tom McHale

Mind - Research Upends Traditional Thinking on Study Habits - NYTimes.com - 15 views

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    There are effective approaches to learning, at least for those who are motivated. In recent years, cognitive scientists have shown that a few simple techniques can reliably improve what matters most: how much a student learns from studying.
Fred Delventhal

Smart.fm - The World's Sharpest Learning Tool. - 18 views

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    Smart.fm takes the burden out of learning by automatically creating a learning schedule that adapts to the individual's performance and needs. The system combines proven learning science with the latest in adaptive, semantic and social Web technologies. Powered by personalized learning algorithms, Smart.fm measures memory strength on a granular item by item basis. The algorithms are based on decades of research on optimum learning patterns in the fields of cognitive science and neuroscience.
Jennifer Dorman

The nine tribes of the internet | Pew Internet & American Life Project - 0 views

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    This talk explores the latest findings of the Pew Internet & American Life Project about broadband adoption and wireless connectivity and looks at why government agencies, associations, activists, and businesses should use varied digital strategies to serve the needs of different tribes of technology users.
Tim Childers

Cobocards » Study flashcards and vocabulary online - 0 views

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    Flash cards online
Fred Delventhal

Cramberry: Studying Made Easy - 0 views

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    How Cramberry Works Using Cramberry to study is simple. First, you create a blank "set" of flashcards. Cramberry will prompt you to give your set a name. All of your flashcards are stored in sets. Once you've created a blank set, Cramberry will help you add cards to the set. Adding cards with Cramberry is as simple as it is with traditional flashcards: just type in the text you want on the front and back of the card, and click on "add another card" to add another card to the set. Once you're satisfied with the amount of cards you have in your new set, click "finish". Once you've set up one or more sets with the cards you want to study, actually learning them is simple. Click the title of the set from the home screen, and you're off! Cramberry will present you with the front of a random card. Try to guess what is on the back of that card, and then click on the button to find out if your guess was correct. If it was, click "correct". If not, click "incorrect". As you continue studying, Cramberry will keep track of which cards you know, and help you learn the ones you don't.
Fred Delventhal

100 Ways to Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better | OEDb - 0 views

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    If you think that iPods are used just for listening to music, you obviously haven't been keeping up with the latest technology. The Apple-developed music player now features all kinds of accessories to help you study better, and now other companies are in
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    To find out about the many different ways you can transform your iPod into a learning device, check out our list below.
Jennifer Dorman

In Case You Missed It: Assessments for Learning: a Briefing on Performance-Based Assess... - 0 views

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    ""Learning requires creating active patterns in the brain," said Baker. "We're working with people with functional MRIs as they learn particular things and it's really different from taking multiple choice tests. It isn't just our allegation. It turns out to be physiologically different." Baker went on to describe how teachers scoring demonstrations could be taught to eliminate subjectivity and bias and how technology was making the use of performance-based assessments more cost effective."
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