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Ted Sakshaug

Science News, Articles and Information | Scientific American - 1 views

    The web site of Scientific American
Ruth Howard

JOLT - Journal of Online Learning and Teaching - 16 views

    open source academic online teaching journal
Nelly Cardinale

Penzu - Write in Private: Free Online Diary and Personal Journal - 14 views

    A free place to journal and keep a dairy.
Mireille Jansma

Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning - 0 views

    The Open University's peer reviewed Journal of Open and Distance Learning, Open Learning, has devoted its first issue of 2009 to the theme of Open Educational Resources (OER).The issue provides an introduction to the emerging OER movement and its implications for education systems and institutions, educators and learners. The articles describe a range of initiatives and issues, and articulate the vision of some of the most committed and passionate champions of Open Educational Resources. Together they communicate the energy and dynamism associated with this new movement, and its potential to extend learning opportunities worldwide.
Jeff Johnson

Girls are as smart as boys, but tests are getting dumber | Education IT - 0 views

    New research published in the journal Science confirms what all of us teachers have known for a long time: girls are just as smart as boys. I hope none of our tax dollars went into that one. A quick quote from the article before I get into the more interesting findings from the researchers: Overall, the researchers found "no gender difference" in scores among children in grades two through 11. Among students with the highest test scores, the team did find that white boys outnumbered white girls by about two to one. Among Asians, however, that result was nearly reversed. Hyde says that suggests that cultural and social factors, not gender alone, influence how well students perform on tests.
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