How People Learn: 8 Timeless Principles for Effective eLearning

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Understand how the human brain really works. Only then can you realize your role as a Creator of Learning.

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

If you’ve got an ITT placement or project coming up and need a framework to help you focus, these principles summarised by @shiftelearning might be just the thing you’re looking for.

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How did you get on with the Top 10 Tools Challenge 2013?

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In January I set a challenge. Make a resolution to find out how to use 10 new tools this year (say one a month) and how they might help with your personal productivity, professional learning or dev…

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

The start of a New Year is always a good time to reflect and plan! @C4LPT set a challenge at the start of 2013 to try 10 new eLearning tools which many of her followers took up. Their reflections on the tools they tried may help you decide the ten you’d like to try this year… 

See on www.c4lpt.co.uk

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edcmooc_artefact

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Created with Padlet

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

You’re aware of MOOCs, you know they’re creating quite a buzz in the HE community, you think they might have implications for your learners, but you feel you really ought to to better informed about them…

This Padlet wall (a sharing and collaboration site worth a look in its own right) contains a plethora of relevant information, videos, blogs and articles. Dip in and get the background information you’ve been looking for!

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Moodle Research Conference 2013 – Full Proceedings (PDF) File

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Moodle Research Conference 2013 support pages

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

It’s a hefty document, but contains ideas that may inspire you to look differently at how the most can be made of Moodle. Whether you’re interested in analysing students’ access patterns, using the mathematical power of spreadsheets in your courses, going massive or Gamified, there will be something here with academic appeal!

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Mirror iPad, iPhone, iPod to Your Screen for Free

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The simplest way to see exactly what’s on your Apple device’s screen is buy
Apple’s VGA (Dock Connector

or Lightning

) or HDMI (Dock Connector

or Lightning

) adapters.

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

Want to use your iPad in class / online to deliver sessions? This small (3MB) application will run from your PC HD or USB stick and mirrors your Apple iDevice screen via the standard USB lead onto your PC screen or a projector connected to it! This blog entry from @tonyvincent gives a good overview with links to the iTools download page.

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Mirror iPad, iPhone, iPod to Your Screen for Free

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The simplest way to see exactly what’s on your Apple device’s screen is buy
Apple’s VGA (Dock Connector

or Lightning

) or HDMI (Dock Connector

or Lightning

) adapters.

Mark Ayton‘s insight:

Want to use your iPad in class / online to deliver sessions? This small (3MB) application will run from your PC HD or USB stick and mirrors your Apple iDevice screen via the standard USB lead onto your PC screen or a projector connected to it! This blog entry from @tonyvincent gives a good overview with links to the iTools download page.

See on learninginhand.com

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Ask3

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Mark Ayton‘s insight:

Need a simple free tool for instantly preparing, presenting, pre-recording and flipping learning activities? This could be the very thing to get your suite of iPads out of the racks and into action! Thanks to @acljohn for another great find.

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