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Machine Learning with Python Training Course in Gurgaon - 0 views

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    Machine Learning, Python, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence are the most buzzwords when it comes to technology. Machine Learning jobs can provide you with good salaries, and a stable career. Why learn Machine learning, Python,Data Science? Course Objective-- After the completion of the Machine Learning Course, you will be able to: Develop and Implement various Machine Learning Algorithms in daily practices & Live Environments. Build Real-time Machine Learning Applications Implement Data Analytics models on various Data Sets Data Mining across various file formats using Machine Learning models Building Recommendation systems and Classifiers Perform various type of Analysis (Prediction & Regression) Implement plotting & graphs using various Machine Learning Libraries Where to learn? A lot of institutes/colleges/companies are offering this course. Choose any one where you have good feedback. iClass Gyansetu conducts classes with faculties from Microsoft, Amazon. It's advisable to learn with people who are working in top companies in the world. Gyansetu provides a free demo session with trainers. Don't miss it! Talk to the trainer today. Placement You will be undergoing a major job-focused project at Gyansetu which makes your interview process easy. Also, the Gyansetu placement team will build your cv and profile on job portals and refer you to many companies/ consultancies. Duration Machine Learning with Python course will take almost 5 months to complete. Contact Phone No- +91-8130799520/ 9999201478 Website- www.gyansetu.in
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Why Full-Stack Development is Best to Upgrade Your Career? - 0 views

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    Full-stack development is becoming a vital post as many professionals, as well as companies, realize its value. Thanks to its self-explanatory title, the full-stack developer skills do take time to hone and therefore promise heaps of profits. First, let's look at what it means. What is meant by full-stack development? Full-stack development is a skill set owned by a developer that can work around a project's both front and back ends. It allows them to handle clients, servers, and databases. Different kinds of stacks are used depending on the requirements, some of these are listed below: 1. Ruby on Rails (PHP, SQLite, Ruby) 2. Lamp stack (MySQL, Linux, PHP, and Apache) 3. Mean stack (Angular JS, MongoDB, Node.js, Express) Why become a full-stack developer? There are plenty of reasons why being a full stack developer would benefit you in the long run mentioned here: 1. High recruitment There is a huge demand for the skills owned by a full-stack developer. The reason is simple, as they are expected to 1. Cover presentation aspects 2. Work on logic 3. Handle databases In the last 2 years, the demand has risen up to 20%, so has the full-stack developer salary in India alongside it, making them a lucrative prospect for current IT students. 2. Not hard to learn The nature of their job is to be an all-rounder, not a specialist. A student just needs enough motivation in the web development arena to learn multiple skills and get started. 3. Wide portfolio What's more inspiring is that students don't need to go to a university to land a job, companies are willing to accept capable candidates who are skilled with a wide-ranging portfolio. However, it's best to learn by opting for a specialized full-stack developer course from a reputable institute. 4. No dependencies This is a job that doesn't need much cooperation with others as far as the back and front end development are concerned. A full-stack developer's skills range widely: 1. HTML DOM 2. S
Paul Beaufait

Half an Hour: The Future of Online Learning: Ten Years On - 0 views

  • While we want to provide personalized attention, especially to submitted work, testing and grading, learning is still heavily dependent on the teacher. But because the teacher in turn is responsible for assembling, and often presenting, the materials to be learned, customization and personalization have not been practical. So we have adopted a model where small groups of people form a cohort, thus allowing the teacher to present the same material to more than one person at a time, while offering individualized interaction and assessment.
  • Though networks have always existed, modern communications technologies highlight their existence and given them a new robustness. Networks are distinct from groups in that they preserve individual autonomy and promote diversity of belief, purpose and methodology. In a network, however, people do not act as disassociated individuals, but rather, cooperate in a series of exchanges that can produce, not merely individual goods, but also social goods.
  • In the case of informal learning, however, the structure is much looser. People pursue their own objectives in their own way, while at the same time initiating and sustaining an ongoing dialogue with others pursuing similar objectives. Learning and discussion is not structured, but rather, is determined by the needs and interests of the participants.
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  • it is not clear that an outcomes driven system is what students require; many valuable skills and aptitudes – art appreciation, for example – are not identifiable as an outcome. This becomes evident when we consider how learning is to be measured. In traditional learning, success is achieved not merely by passing the test but in some way being recognized as having achieved expertise. A test-only system is a coarse system of measurement for a complex achievement.
  • The products of our conversations are as concrete as test scores and grades. (Ryan, 2007) But, as the result of a complex and interactive process, they are much more complex, allowing not only for the measurement of learning, but also for the recognition of learning. As it becomes easier to simply see what a student can accomplish, the idea of a coarse-grained proxy, such as grades, will fade to the background.
  • Most educators, and most educational institutions, have not yet embraced the idea of flow and syndication in learning. They will – reluctantly – because it provides the learner with the means to manage and control his or her learning. They can keep unwanted content to a minimum (and this includes unwanted content from an institution). And they can manage many more sources – or content streams – using feed reader technology.RSS and related specifications will be one of the primary ways Personal Learning Environments connect with remote systems. To use a PLE will be essentially to immerse oneself in the flow of communications that constitutes a community of practice in some discipline or domain on the internet.
  • In the end, what will be evaluated is a complex portfolio of a student’s online activities. (Syverson & Slatin, 2006)
  • place independence means that real learning will occur in real environments, with the contributions of the students not being some artifice designed strictly for practice, but an actual contribution to the business or enterprise in question.
  • As it becomes more and more possible to teach oneself online, and even to demonstrate one’s achievement through productive membership in a community of practice, there will be greater demand for a formalized system of recognition, a way for people to demonstrate their competence in an area without having to go through a formal program of study in the area.
  • the major shift in instructional technology will be from systems centered on the educational institution to systems centered on the individual learner.
  • rather than the employment of a single system to accomplish all educational tasks, both instructors and learners will use a variety of different tools in combination with each other.
  • Automation allows us to more easily create and present content, to more easily form groups and collaborate, to more easily give tests and take surveys. This frees instructors to perform tasks that have been traditionally more difficult and time consuming – to relate to students on a personal basis, to offer coaching and moral support, to learn about and analyze a student’s inclinations and understandings.
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    Thanks for all of your inspiration!
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    "an epic, must-read article" according to Brian Lamb (A social layer for DSpace? 2008.11.19 http://weblogs.elearning.ubc.ca/brian/archives/049355.php)
Benjamin Jörissen

rre : Message: [RRE]The Social Life of Information - 0 views

  • The importance of people as creators and carriers of knowledge is forcing organizations to realize that knowledge lies less in its databases than in its people.
  • Learning to be requires more than just information. It requires the ability to engage in the practice in question. Indeed, Bruner's distinction highlights another, made by the philosopher Gilbert Ryle. He distinguishes "know that" from "know how".
  • This claim of Polanyi's resembles Ryle's argument that "know that" doesn't produce "know how," and Bruner's that learning about doesn't, on its own, allow you to learn to be. Information, all these arguments suggest, is on its own not enough to produce actionable knowledge. Practice too is required.
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  • Despite the tendency to shut ourselves away and sit in Rodinesque isolation when we have to learn, learning is a remarkably social process. Social groups provide the resources for their members to learn.
  • Learning and Identity Shape One Another
  • Bruner, with his idea of learning to be, and Lave and Wenger, in their discussion of communities of practice, both stress how learning needs to be understood in relation to the development of human identity.
  • In learning to be, in becoming a member of a community of practice, an individual is developing a social identity.
  • So, even when people are learning about, in Bruner's terms, the identity they are developing determines what they pay attention to and what they learn. What people learn about, then, is always refracted through who they are and what they are learning to be.
  • In either case, the result, as the anthropologist Gregory Bateson puts it neatly, is "a difference that makes a difference". 29 The importance of disturbance or change makes it almost inevitable that we focus on these.
  • So to understand the whole interaction, it is as important to ask how the lake is formed as to ask how the pebble got there. It's this formation rather than information that we want to draw attention to, though the development is almost imperceptible and the forces invisible in comparison to the drama and immediacy of the pebble. It's not, to repeat once more, the information that creates that background. The background has to be in place for the information to register.
  • The forces that shape the background are, rather, the tectonic social forces, always at work, within which and against which individuals configure their identity. These create not only grounds for reception, but grounds for interpretation, judgment, and understanding.
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      kulturelle Muster, die qua Sozialisation erworben werden, und die in Bildungsprozessen verändert werden.
  • A Brief Note on the "Social"
  • It took Karl Marx to point out, however, that Crusoe is not a universal. On his island (and in Defoe's mind), he is deeply rooted in the society from which he came
  • Jean-Paul Sartre
  • We need not watch long before we can explain it: he is playing at being a waiter in a cafe . . . . [T]he waiter plays with his condition in order to realize it
  • So while people do indeed learn alone, even when they are not stranded on desert islands or in small cafes, they are nonetheless always enmeshed in society, which saturates our environment, however much we might wish to escape it at times.
  • For the same reason, however, members of these networks are to some degree divided or separated from people with different practices. It is not the different information they have that divides them.
  • Rather, it is their different attitudes or dispositions toward that information -- attitudes and dispositions shaped by practice and identity -- that divide. Consequently, despite much in common, physicians are different from nurses, accountants from financial planners.
  • two types of work-related networks
  • First, there are the networks that link people to others whom they may never get to know but who work on similar practices. We call these "networks of practice"
  • Second, there are the more tight-knit groups formed, again through practice, by people working together on the same or similar tasks. These are what, following Lave and Wenger, we call "communities of practice".
  • Networks of Practice
  • The 25,000 reps working for Xerox make up, in theory, such a network.
Paul Beaufait

ESP for Busy College Students: Is the Blend of In-Class, Online & Mobile Learning the A... - 4 views

  • Neumeier (2005) more broadly defines a hybrid learning environment as “a combination of face-to-face (FtF) and computer assisted learning” used in a single course delivery context (p. 164).
  • hybrid language learning courses are “only going to foster successful language learning if they are carefully designed on the basis of an analysis of the participants’ needs and abilities” (p. 176).
  • Learning English for Special Purposes requires a high degree of interaction with peers, teachers, and content. Effective interaction with content was built into the instructional design, however increased levels of communication with peers and teachers are essential and these can be achieved only through the Internet.
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  • writing practice and communication were conducted mainly through the computer not the mobile devices
  • students were in agreement that the blend of in-class, online and mobile delivery was an optimal solution for internationally trained immigrants learning English in a post-secondary context. They found the combination of 1) speaking taught primarily face-to-face, 2) listening taught on the mobile devices and 3) writing taught mainly online to be an effective approach.
  • the in-class component seemed to maintain the integrity of the hybrid course overall as it fostered a sense of community amongst the learners. As noted by participants, it was the design of the materials and the way in which they were presented, not the technology used, that impacted the effectiveness of the course the most.
  • The traditional classroom meetings though, were found most beneficial in promoting face-to-face interaction, ad-hoc speaking, pronunciation practice and the development of other communication competencies supported by visual cues.
  • the findings indicate that students’ progress was enabled by effective instructional design integrating goals and content relevant to the specific group of learners, together with the appropriate methods and media which enabled and enhanced interaction within the content.
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    Palalas, Agnieszka. (2010). ESP for busy college students: It the blend of in-class, online & mobile learning the answer? IALLT Journal, 41(1). Retrieved November 22, 2011, from http://www.iallt.org/iallt_journal/esp_for_busy_college_students_is_the_blend_of_in_class_online_mobile_learning_the_answ
Paul Beaufait

5 Instructional Shifts to Promote Deep Learning - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad - DigL... - 14 views

  • The seamless integration of technology into the Common Core-aligned curriculum supports learning through active participation and increases opportunities for all students to have access to the tools and information they need for success.
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    Oxnevad suggests, "Students can develop transferrable knowledge and skills as they engage in learning experiences that require them to construct knowledge" (¶1). She argues for "seamless integration of technology" that will enable "students students to have access to the tools and information they need for success" (¶2), and proposes five instructional strategies for teachers to use to achieve those ends, namely: 1. Preparing "complex questions that require students to use higher level thinking skills" (Help students uncover knowledge, ¶2); 2. Facilitating learning from engaging and online resources, rather than delivering content (Eliminate the front of the classroom); 3. Creating opportunities for real world collaboration (Encourage collaboration); 4. Exploiting classroom and online opportunities for "frequent [and] informal assessment to gauge the effectiveness of your instruction and make adjustments to maximize the learning experience for each student" (Informally assess students [and instructional practices]); and 5. Preparing and publishing screencast tutorials for students to peruse whenever necessary, "...[i]Instead of spending valuable instructional time teaching the same tech skills over and over again to individual students" (Provide students with built in tech support). This October 30, 2012, post ends with an illustration comprising focus questions and a ThingLink product of fifth grade students' work. A list of links to related posts follows.
Anthony Beal

Games For Learning Institute » Games - 0 views

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    "Most people would agree that a good game could help students learn. But what, exactly, makes a game good? With their vast popularity and singular ability to engage young people, digital games have been hailed as a new paradigm for education in the 21st century. But researchers know surprisingly little about how successful games work. What are the key design elements that make certain games compelling, playable, and fun? How do game genres differ in their educational effectiveness for specific topics and for specific learners? How do kids learn when they play games? Does the setting (classroom vs. casual) matter? How can games be used to prepare future learning, introduce new material, or strengthen and expand existing knowledge? How are games designed to best facilitate the transfer of learning to the realities of students' everyday lives? And how can we use all of this knowledge to guide future game design?"
sana21

Artificial Intelligence Course in Gurgaon - 0 views

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    https://www.gyansetu.in/courses/deep-learning-ai-artificial-intelligence-training-gurgaon Artificial Intelligence is everywhere nowadays. Every Big Company like Google,Facebook,Amazon and Many more are using it to understand their user or Customers. It is Hottest Skill in demand right now. There are Many AI job vacancies in top companies but there is a lack of skills. This skill Also pays well. Now Learn Artificial Intelligence Training in Gurgaon with iClass Gyansetu. During This Course you will work on Live Projects Prediction Analysis, Linear Regression, Image Processing, Audio & Video Analytics, Text Data Processing, IOT and various Machine Learning & Deep Learning Algorithms. You will get 100% Job Placement Assistance, free Course Repetition. Join now. Call:- 08130799520
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Python Training in Gurgaon | Python Course in Gurgaon - 0 views

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    Power up your career by upskilling, take Python training in Gurgaon, and maximize your selection chances at an interview. Why should you learn Python? The most wanted language Simple and easy to learn Active community online Provides ample Data visualization Has plenty of testing frameworks for speeding up the workflow and debugging Ideal for scripting and automation purposes making it very convenient Library for each requirement One can demand a high pay package Has extensibility and flexibility, the code written in Python can be used by or integrated with other platforms, including Java and c++ In Gurgaon, it is a highly sorted skill at 25% leaving far behind Java and c++ Versatility and numerous uses Open-sourced language and highly popular Innumerable career opportunities Used in various sectors including data science, web development, machine learning The stepping stone to advance your career due to its rising demand in the corporate world/job market. Placement Every company will always be dependent on programmers with good updated skills. Job opportunities are very good if you have the skill in you. Training Duration Python learning will take approx. 2-3 months of the time period. Within a month of course completion, you can get a job. Faculty iClass Gyansetu has a good team of faculties working. It's always advisable to learn from trainers working in corporates, they share their industry experience that is very important to crack interviews. Contact Phone No- +91-8130799520/ 9999201478 Website- www.gyansetu.in
David Wetzel

Top 10 Tips for Pursuing Lifelong Learning with an Informal Lens - 8 views

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    The top 10 tips for pursuing lifelong learning focus on ways you can continue education through informal learning experiences, as opposed to attending formal class settings. Why this approach? Enrolling in formal continuing education courses and classes is difficult at times, considering life's tugs and pulls by everyday commitments. These obligations are why informal learning methods offer a viable option for continuing your education.
Joao Alves

Mentoring and 21st Century Skills » Evolve - 0 views

  • key for lifelong learning and ongoing further development, not only to learn about ICT skills, but actually to learn with and from others in an continuum process of peer mentoring and support.
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      I can only agree with this.
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      Absolutely!
  • Another key thought of this session was the idea that the skills 21st Century learners need doesn’t rely so much on acquiring information, but actually making sense of that information. Anne states that “knowing a fact is no longer impressive; rather important is how we add some critical thinking to it.” In this sense how we manage the abundance of information available these days on the we web is crucial. And that implies new skills, like networking and collaborative work.
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      Absolutely!
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  • Learning Technologies should not play a predominant role in the 21st Century learning and mentoring approach as not to overshadow the pedagogical strategy. Technologies should therefore be used to support new learning opportunities and enable different learning contexts. Still the emphasis has to be on the individual and on learning.
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      Agree. Many of us, including me, often tend to put the emphasis on technology instead on the the individual and on learning.
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Best school in Pune - Victorious Kidss Educares - 0 views

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    Victorious Kidss Educares is best IB world school in Pune. Our motto is 'Learning to Love to Learn'. We focuses on education for building character. Learning is not merely for earning. The curriculum is strategically designed to develop learning to enable children achieve excellence in all walks of life and to lay a firm foundation for a strong character, a caring, a loving and a charming personality. We have certified following programmes 1. Pre primary programme 2. Primary years programme 3. Middle year programme 4. Diploma programme Visit is @ http://www.victoriouskidsseducares.org
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Moodle.org: open-source community-based tools for learning - 0 views

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    Moodle is a Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is a Free web application that educators can use to create effective online learning sites. Moodle.org is our community site where Moodle is made and discussed.
Cristina Felea

Learning 2.010 Conference: Where do we go from here? - 0 views

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    In a world where content is continually changing, and you can learn almost anything for free, what's the point of going to a conference? This is the question we started with in designing your Learning 2.010 Conference experience. The content is free and easy. If you want to learn how to use F
David Wetzel

Top 10 Online Tools for Teaching Science and Math - 18 views

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    Why use Web 2.0 tools in science and math classes? The primary reason is they facilitate access to input and interaction with content through reading, writing, listening, and speaking. These tools offer enormous advantages for science and math teachers, in terms of helping their students learn using Web 2.0 tools. For example: * Most of these tools can be edited from any computer connected to the Internet. Teachers can add, edit and delete information even during class time. * Students learn how to use these tools for academic purposes and, at the same time, can transfer their use to their personal lives and future professional careers. * RSS feeds allow students to access all the desired research information on one page. * Students learn to be autonomous in their learning process.
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Student Dashboard | TutStu - 0 views

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    TutStu has built its proprietary LMS (Learning Management System) for Students. Students become a part of the LMS from the moment they Login on TutStu. On further usage, you will realize that the LMS is a powerful & smart work-horse. It's just the type of tool Students must use to manage their tutoring and learning experience. It is automates a lot of functionalities, for DIY (Do-it-Yourself) Learning. Using TutStu, Students can just concentrate on their Tutoring and Learning. Everything else is smartly managed by the System. It will be our constant endeavour to add more features, add further analytics, updates and upgrades the TutStu LMS.
sana21

Software Testing Training in Gurgaon | Software Testing Course in Gurgaon - 0 views

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    Software testing is a highly sorted skill as it's very common for most companies to hire one. It's a promising career direction in many cities including Gurgaon. Below mentioned are reasons why choosing software testing training in Gurgaon is beneficial for the aspirant. Improvisation of problem solving skills is a result when testing is a career choice taken up by the candidate. The amount of creativity it requires is refreshing as there's something new to learn each day. The responsibility of finding out bugs ensures that businesses don't run poorly, which in turn helps avoid disloyal customer bases. This in turn validates the tester's role. Being paid generously for the work they put in, businesses realize the testers are constantly on their toes, learning something new often. Getting to analyze data trends about the products apart from applying the coding and developing skills. Numerous approaches available from performance testing to automated testing. Several industries have a reserved spot for software testers. Placement Testing job is recession-free. Every company will always be dependent on testers with good updated skills. Don't worry!! You are choosing the right career Training Duration Testing learning will take approx. 3-4 months of the time period. Within a month of course completion, you can get a job. Faculty iClass Gyansetu has a good team of faculties working. It's always advisable to learn testing from trainers working in corporates, they share their industry experience that is very important to crack interviews. Contact Phone No- +91-8130799520/ 9999201478 Website- www.gyansetu.in
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Free German Lessons on YouTube - 0 views

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    You want to learn German? Then you're in the right place! Studying a new language can be difficult so I will make learning German as fun as possible for you. This channel offers a whole range of methods to learn German that'll immerse you in the German language and culture from wherever you are in the world! So take a break from your school books, dictionary and grammar studies and Get Germanized with me instead! "Learn German - Get Germanized" will help you to make learning German fun, fast and effective!
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