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adventuresofastudentteacher:

zangusu:

addictia:

got lipstick stains on my bagpipe

I CAN’T BELIEVE YOU ACTUALLY DID IT

i find this upsetting.

well ok then.

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gjmueller:

3 Key Concepts To Understand Learning in the Digital Age

While Education 2.0 allows for greater interaction between teacher and student, student and content/expert, and among students, Education 3.0 emphasizes a more connectivist approach to learning and teaching. These three “gogies” of effective online learning will help you get a clearer picture.

  1. Heutagogy A concept developed in 2000 by Stewart Hase, refers to the study of self-determined learning. This approach focuses on the role of online instructors as a coach, a mentor or facilitator and further encourages learners to become more self-directed.
  2. Peeragogy or Paragogy In contrast to the deliberately ambiguous and inclusive term “Paragogy,” “Peeragogy” aims to be direct and more concrete.
  3. Cybergogy The two previous “gogies” sound a bit familiar. But what about “Cybergogy?” The term itself indicates that it has something to do with “cyber” or the Internet. And indeed it has. It focuses on helping adults learn effectively in a virtual environment.
Source: elearninginfographics.com
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girlcanteach:

feministhistorian:

francoisbonnefoy:

dataanxiety:

A quick geography lesson

It’s quite confusing to people to understand what the difference is between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and the British Isles…

By Anne Debenham, reproduced under CC License/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk.

i need this for reference

For all who didn’t know.

I also need this for reference.

Source: maban.co.uk
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