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    BTW, have you joined the 3rd annual free 3-day online conference on Moodle and teaching online:

    Join the first live online class of teaching with technology on January 6, 2015:

    Learning Styles for All Learners - Official WizIQ Teach Blog

    Learning Styles for All Learners - Official WizIQ Teach Blog

    Massive Open Online Conferences (MOOCs) are the future. Let's connect online on WizIQ for the 6th annual CO15: for 3 days of learning for free (33 hours with 36 distinguished educators from 17 countries) from February 6-8, 2015. Recordings are available for those who enrol in the webinars. Let's make it happen! Spread the word (share the link) and attend CO15.

    Connecting Educators For Learning: Teaching and leading from the inside out for caring, authentic, and effective online and face-to-face teachers:

    An online teacher of 22 years shares her successful expeditions finding e-learning tool, and collaborating with teachers for MOOCs and conferences.

    Active Learning & Student Performance / Yet another visualization of Cone of Learning / Edgar Dale

    Learning Styles and Theories #Infographic

    Learn to teach with technology in face-to-face, blended, fully online, and flipped classes for free. You may even get a certificate of completion if you qualify and reflect on 5 presentations (recordings). It's a great learning opportunity so join us, now for a whole month of online learning. Click on the following link to enroll:

    Just why are games good for learning? #infographic #gbl

    Showing that Dewey's theory is right by doing something we retain it longer and once we learn to do something if we teach it to someone else we have the best retention of it.

    Play is serious learning

    "Understanding Your Student's Learning Style: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences" on Virtual Learning Connections www.connectionsac...

    How we learn language... For centuries, researchers have studied the brain to find exactly where mechanisms for producing and interpreting language reside. Theories abound on how humans acquire new languages and how our developing brains learn to process languages. We take a look at the mysteries of language and the brain in the infographic below.

    This teacher is taking Dewey's approach and teaching her students how to speak English by doing. It is proven that this is the best way to learn a new language by just doing it.

    "How We Learn" / William Glasser