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Microsoft HoloLens - 0 views

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    Microsoft HoloLens is the first self-contained, holographic computer, enabling you to engage with your digital content and interact with holograms in the world around you. It is a miraculous device, I think. When watched the video, it is einevitable not to be excited. Its sale is only for app developer and it is also expensive, 3000 $. However, as it become widespread and develop, it may be a routine device. Also there is another video video, shot at Case Western Reserve University, shows doctors examining bodies as they float in midair, creating a new way to teach anatomy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKpKlh1-en0 Think about the time when that device become reachable easily, think about using it at the classes commonly. Maybe changing curriculum according to these or another augmented reality ones. I think, there could be revolution at education with these steps in the future. That pictures are taken from the presentation of that device; http://s01.shiftdelete.net/img/general_b/15-10/06/hololens.jpg http://s01.shiftdelete.net/img/content/15-10/06/hololens-2-1444146365.JPG Also, there is a funny(or sad) photoshop work related to possible usage of device at our country; http://s11.postimg.org/cukj78a4z/holoturk.png
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    I love it!
nehirkv

Situated Cognitive - 0 views

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    This video is about how an expert can lead the novice through learning process
nehirkv

Situated learning - 0 views

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    Members of this family are teaching the younger generation to weave a simple pattern of peonies. The younger boy (rear) clearly has no idea what he's doing as he plays with the instruments and materials.
armagan_metu

Beyond Amplification - 1 views

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    In this article Roy Pea, who is one of the pioneers of learning sciences, discussing how computers are changing our cognitive lifes beyond amplifying. Article first supports this proposition, then discusses implications of applying computer-based technologies into education. Lastly it suggests updating educational practices in order to be harmonious with this new emerging cognitive life. This article is also important for being quite early, it constitutes one of the foot stones of the learning sciences area.
nehirkv

The Role of Deliberate Practice in Becoming an Expert Coach: Part 1 - Defining Coaching... - 4 views

This article about how can be expert coach with deliberate practice. This article consists of 3 part. This is just part 1 which about defining coaching expertise.

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started by nehirkv on 15 Oct 16 no follow-up yet
Serap Sarıkaya

Experts vs Novices - 5 views

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    A brief summary about differences between experts and novices.
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    This was a great summary of this week's reading. Thanks Serap! :)
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    Video mentioned exact same differences between experts and novices. I wondered if these differences are agreed upon
kuttai

Mindsticks app - 6 views

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    Combining technology with a constructivist educational system.
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    I wasn't sure if this was a legitimate app, but turns out it is! I love it when people collaborate to create projects like this. Reminded me of (although individual) student portfolios of Stanford's LDT master's graduates. Examples can be found here: https://ed.stanford.edu/ldt/students/ma-projects Thank you for sharing this Kutay :)
Ceren Korkmaz

Comparison of Learning Theories - 8 views

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    Here's a simple comparison of learning theories (behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism).
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    It's very basic and informative ;)
armagan_metu

How Handwriting Trains the Brain - 3 views

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    An article about how handwriting, due to hand's special relation with brain, affect learning foreign languages or cognitive development.
Özlem Tantu

Case study: Teaching transferable skills through online peer collaboration and assessment - 0 views

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    This video includes a case study from Biology department of Bristol University. Re-development of a compulsory second year unit "Science and Success: Writing, Speaking and Communicating Science" switched from a paper-based to an online system. All aspects including submissions, peer collaboration, feedback, and marking happen online, using Blackboard. Feedback data is downloaded from Blackboard into Excel, where it is manipulated and turned into feedback packages for students. The results yeals a great positive impact of online collaboration on students.
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    Thank you Özlem. This video is a good example of integration of CSCL to a course.
Özlem Tantu

Responsibility and Transparency in Design-based Research - 1 views

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    Dr. Tom Reeves discusses issues of ethics surrounding data collection, theory generalization, and tool generation to help design-based researchers conduct socially responsible research
vahidetekeakay

What is design thinking? - 1 views

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    Suppose you are part of a thriving business and need to branch out and find that next big thing. Or say you want to change a behavior, like getting people...a lot of people...to use less energy in their homes. How would you go about it? Design thinking is a powerful tool to tackle the unknown. It's a means of going on an expedition, without a map, without even knowing the destination, but with the confidence that you'll end up somewhere great. Let's make it tangible with an example that captures the five key elements of design thinking. Daylight was given the challenge of getting kids in America to move more to help fight childhood obesity. The project started with an idea--provide kids with a digital music player that has a motion sensor, then give them rewards based on their activity. But the big question was, would kids really use it? What could make the experience so compelling that they would use it long enough to see the health benefits.
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    Very nice video on design thinking. We can clearly see how they continuously modify the end product after collecting data of its users. First they talk to target group to have an idea about how an activity meter can be. Based on their ideas, they try to find patterns which will later evolve to design principles. Based on those principles, they develop a real product-an activity meter. Then they use it iteratively with children and make modifications in order to make it better and better. It is a clear video of how to do a design study.
haticekiz

Stanford professor spurs movement to build new field: Learning analytics - 1 views

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    The efforts to boost the nascent field of learning analytics could bring about a sea change in education, making it possible to personalize - on a massive scale - students' learning by their individual interests and needs, according to a comprehensive report, involving experts from academia, business, nonprofits, foundations and government .
Murat Kol

WCER : Projects : How Do Instructional Gestures Support Students' Mathematics Learning? - 1 views

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    There are many different factors investigated affecting students' mathematics learning before in the literature. However I had never read a research project about the instructional gestures supporting learning. It reveals that the gestures have a substantial role in comprehension. The results even shows that some studies triggers the learning even roughly twice.
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    This is quite interesting. I am curious to hear more about the results of this research.
vahidetekeakay

The AIM system (Adaptive Instructional Materials) a Project by Learning Sciences Instit... - 3 views

The AIM system (Adaptive Instructional Materials) is an indexed and annotated database of electronic resources that incorporates state-of-the-art examples of the core principles of How People Learn...

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started by vahidetekeakay on 18 Oct 15 no follow-up yet
vahidetekeakay

UNDERSTANDING THE BRAIN: THE BIRTH OF A LEARNING SCIENCE NEW INSIGHTS ON LEARNING THROU... - 2 views

"The paper provides an overview and brings together the key messages and potential policy implications, showing how neuroscientific research is already contributing to education and learning policy...

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started by vahidetekeakay on 18 Oct 15 no follow-up yet
Merve Başdoğan

Learning by Design: How Classroom Decor Affects Students - 5 views

Studies found that students who are exposed to more natural light perform better than students who are not. Based on this fact, there some Learn by Design School Constructions. I share on of the sc...

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started by Merve Başdoğan on 17 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
ibrahim tanrikulu

The school with no rules - 4 views

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    A school principal in New Zealand lets his pupils do what they like at playtime. Is it good for learning, or has he gone too far?
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    İbrahim, thanks for sharing. This is really interesting. I am just wondering if over time kids create their own rules, just like we did when we played on the streets in ancient times :)
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    Hi, there is a little problem with the heading. This is about "play time with no rules". School is the same, only in play time, students have more freedom.
Emrah Baki Basoglu

Seymour Papert and Stephen Krashen - 10 views

Hi all! Let me introduce two researchers who have made important contributions to learning sciences. The first name is Seymour Papert, who established connections with Piaget's developmental psycho...

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started by Emrah Baki Basoglu on 12 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
Evrim Baran

EDS 542 Fall 2013 Ignites - YouTube - 4 views

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    Here are the Ignites from last year's class.
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