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Christine Southard

September 11: Teaching Contemporary History - 12 views

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    On Wednesday, August 3 and Thursday, August 4, 2011, the National Museum of American History, National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Pentagon Memorial Fund, and Flight 93 National Memorial, will offer a FREE online conference, September 11: Teaching Contemporary History, for K-12 teachers. Designed to provide educators with resources and strategies for addressing the September 11 terrorist attacks, the conference will include roundtable discussions with content experts and six workshop sessions. 
Fred Delventhal

Headmagnet | Get stuff in your head and keep it there! - 27 views

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    Headmagnet creates a model of what's going on in your head. It predicts what memories have faded away, and what memories are still inside, allowing you to quickly get things in your head and keep them there. The more you use headmagnet, the better it gets at modeling what goes on in your head.
Nigel Coutts

The power of powerful ideas shared simply - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Some statements stand out in your memory for the power with which they resonate through you mind. I recall the first time I encountered the question posed by Alan November "Who owns the learning?" on the cover of his book of the same name. In four words, Alan poses a question that strikes at the heart of memory and encourages us to re-think our approach. If we believe that the learner should own the learning, what are the implications of this for our teaching? Like a stone dropped on the surface of a calm pond, the ripples from a powerful idea spread, expand and gain strength. 
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.
Dean Mantz

Neuroscience For Kids - Explore the nervous system - 9 views

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    Neuroscience for Kids
Alex Parker

What came first: the data or the tech? - 1 views

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    The evolution of data, in-memory technology, and the future it holds.
Helmut Reo

RememberEverything * Improve Memory, Learning and Personal Knowledge Management - 0 views

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    The reading formula that helped win World War II. Combine it with modern software tools and it works as well as ever.
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