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Dennis OConnor

Motivating and Retaining Online Students: Research-Based Strategies That Work... - 2 views

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    This text is being used for a series of workshops to help UW-Stout instructors improve their online practice.
insightsmanoj

Top 5 Technology Trends | Drive Business Successfully - 0 views

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    Top 5 Technology Trends That Will Drive Business Success In 2018. Enterprises new technologies in order to drive their business to new heights like AI, Blockchain, Cloud Computing, IoT etc.
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    Top 5 Technology Trends That Will Drive Business Success In 2018. Enterprises new technologies in order to drive their business to new heights like AI, Blockchain, Cloud Computing, IoT etc.
tutstu

Online Tutoring | eTutoring | Live Online Tutors | DIY | TutStu - 0 views

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    Students can get Online Tutoring, 24/7, while sitting in their Living room. Online Tutoring provides Students with the opportunity, to access & learn from the best tutors, from around the world. eTutoring helps students to save Energy, Travel Time & Cost.
DeZyre Academy

HDFS Interview Questions and Answers for 2016 - 1 views

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    HDFS Interview Questions and Answers-List of top Hadoop Interview Questions and Answers on HDFS that will help you crack your next Hadoop job interview.
DeZyre Academy

Pig Interview Questions and Answers for 2016 - 1 views

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    Compilation of Pig Interview Questions and Answers for freshers and experienced that are most likely to be asked in Hadoop job interviews for 2016.
DeZyre Academy

Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in California - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Texas - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Abu Dhabi - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Germany - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Edison - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Charlotte - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre: Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Chicago - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
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Hadoop Training Online, Big Data Certification Course in Atlanta - 0 views

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    Big Data Hadoop Training Classes Online; Live online Hadoop training program; Learn from industry professionals; Certification from DeZyre; Enroll Now
Giovanna Doll

Avoiding Conflict Online - 0 views

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    The article includes "five key attributes of online communication to take into consideration" and "four tips to avoid online misunderstandings."
mklaas4423

How Online School Stacks Up to Traditional College - 0 views

  • Today’s students have a variety of choices when it comes to higher education. They can enroll in traditional “brick-and-mortar” colleges or in online colleges, or even complete their degrees through a combination of both modes, in what are called “hybrid” programs.
  • Both online and traditional higher education has pros and cons. In the end, it is up to each individual to figure out how much time he or she will have to devote to earning a degree, what type of degree program he or she is interested in, and how much he or she can spend on education.
lovinget2

How Can Neuroscience Inform Online Adult Education? | The EvoLLLution - 3 views

  • In terms of adult online education, these translate into the following pedagogical strategies: Make use of the inquiry model, supporting learners in conducting their own research and synthesizing their discoveries. Include video and/or audio clips from a variety of experts addressing relevant issues. Or include activities in which learners conduct interviews with experts and share insights learned. Present learners with complex problems via simulations, case studies, role playing, or game-based challenges. Invite learners to write, audio record, or video record their responses to assigned activities. Allow learners to select topics of interest within the scope of the course and to complete assignments based on actual projects related to work or life. Reduce anxiety and stress by including some flexibility in the coursework deadlines. Include graphics, video, or animation to illustrate processes or sequences of events. Provide visuals displaying examples and non-examples of concepts to be learned. Ask questions that require careful observation. Provide learners with opportunities to reflect on their learning and explain how it integrates with their work and/or lives. Offer learners access to online communities of practice to extend learning opportunities beyond the course.
  • Clemons (2005) suggests providing adult learners with the following to maximize learning: (1) steady encouragement, (2) engagement as active participants in learning, (3) occasional elements of surprise or novelty to maintain attention, (4) appropriate humor to relieve anxiety, and (5) activities that encourage interactions.
  • According to McGuckin & Ladhani (2010), online education should reinforce adults’ experiences as well as challenge them to extend learning. Collaborative learning activities providing stimulating discussions and/or complex problem-solving can provide such challenges as well as promote a personal and connected learning environment. In addition, adult learners solidify their knowledge by teaching others; involve learners in group and team projects and allow them to contribute to feedback via peer and self-evaluations.
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  • Weimer (2012) encourages three types of activities to develop metacognition and prepare independent, self-directed learners: (1) time and environment management to prepare for learning; (2) reflection and mental questions to monitor self-learning; and (3) use of mental questions or provided rubrics for self-evaluation of new knowledge and skills.
  • “The brain boggles the mind.
lovinget2

https://web.archive.org/web/20130916104944/http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/learningdesign/print/... - 1 views

  • Synthesis requires that students consider alternative possibilities and create new solutions. Technology can provide students with an educational environment that encourages their thought processes and exposes them to their classmates' ideas.
  • elicit the level of thinking/learning that you want
  • o Bloom's Taxomony of Educational Objectives, Cognitive Domain [1].
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  • knowledge
  • comprehension
  • apply his/her knowledge and comprehension
  • analyze
  • synthesize
  • evaluate
  • analytic questions to target relationships
  • help the learner become conscious of his/her learning process
  • present problems that approximate real-life situations
  • act on the knowledge they possess.
  • assess information acquisition and understanding.
  • you want the student to evaluate information according to a set of criteria and justify his/her belief.
  • target factual information needed for recall or restatement of concepts.
  • organize and synthesize information
  • creative and original thinking.
  • incorporate integrated knowledge and combine elements into patterns not clearly visible before.
  • carefully consider who will be doing what and how long it will take.
  • Some students tend to procrastinate, so make them aware of deadlines and grade dependence
  • Praise students for high quality responses via e-mail, to the discussion group, or directly to the student. Acknowledge students by name.
  • Structure some assignments so that all students must be online during the same day-long or two-day time period
  • Be sure to relate class work to online discussions and interactions.
  • Build into your questions some guidelines to help formulate student responses
  • primarily text-based.
  • By identifying the direction that was taken during a class discussion, you can assess and redirect the conversational thread.
  • synthesize the prior week's responses
  • generate discussion or review questions
  • group to be the experts on a topic or section
  • student start the discussion
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