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English lernen mit One-Word-A-Day #owad
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Pronunciation tips: Hearing different soounds
So just a little help. You need to choose between the following each time: 1. Torch/Taught 2. Torch/Taught 3. Aid/Age 4. Aid/Age 5....
1. Taught 2.. Toech 3. Aid 4. Age 5. Beat 6. Beat 7. Beach 8. Coat 8. Coach 9. Head 10. Hedge
Invoicing: No 2 in series "Developing Commercial Skills" #12er @macolgan
NXL As exciting as life can be
ePortfolio of Online Learning
TESSA - The Eye Witness (2/4)
The Open University - Education
TESSA - The Eye Witness Kwame doesn't listen to his pupil and wishes he had. Part 2 of 4:...
Maths, it just doesn't add up!
Finding my way around the fleece of a Cotswold Sheep, with Carol Thorpe at the Oxford Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers (and knitters)
Guy Merchant - The future of education
Excellent! :) Recording of a British academic, captured in Hasselt, Belgium and listened to in Oklahoma. I love the internet! I was really please Guy agreed to do this. He's been a tutor on a couple of modules on a course I'm doing and he has a very interesting take on the purpose(s) of education and learning. Feel a bit guilty as I sprang the last question on him at the last minute but he didn't seem to mind. I agree with you that there should be many approaches. Politically in the UK at the moment there are a few powerful people with a very singular view of what education should be and it seems to reflect the education they had 30 years ago. I think they view a pluralistic approach as synonymous with unacceptable risk and relinquishing control. As far as Guy's view goes, I think I see it as a container for a range of educational experiences and approaches. I quite like his idea that we are all apprentices in some things and that this process starts when we are very young. My daughter is 6 and already calls herself as a scientist, not just someone who learns about science.
I really enjoyed listening to this from here in Oklahoma City, USA. :-) I agree with Guy that we need more people creatively thinking outside the box about what this new, blended educational experience can and should look like. I am wondering if that vision will be the same for all learners, however? I think one of the traps we tend to get into with education and "school" is thinking in monolithic terms. I think we probably need to be visualizing multiple models and possibilities, because 1 size has never "fitted all" and shouldn't in the future.
Sing a Simple Song
253. Rapping with Fluency MC!
Chatting and rapping with Jason R. Levine aka Fluency MC! Click here for more information including YouTube videos and lyrics of our...
Lucy tells us about her first cycle
First visit to You Can Bike Too.
Graham Francis presenting Havering Sixth Form Collee's #molenet project
audiogravity | ep507 | laser sighted exact location
your most welcome.
Thanks for this, especially the heads-up about Alfred and MixCloud.
quickurl | http://www.multiurl.com/g/2XJ http://www.alfredapp.com - loved quicksilver, alfred could be the new butler http://www.flipboard.com - if you have an ipad you already have this http://hacknmod.com - a great site for hacks and mods http://cssnature.org - need some inspiration, check out cssnature http://www.mixcloud.com - a great music/remix/mashup site with great social features http://activitystrea.ms - will this format be the one that sticks. activity streams.
Spanish# R.I.P Selena
Train4TradeSkills student John Hall from Australia talks to Tom Jinks
002 - Haisl (Austrian-German as a second language podcast)
186. Understanding Culture Shock - with Lindsay & Gabby
This episode is all about culture shock and culture shock experiences and I'm glad to be joined by Lindsay & Gabby from the All Ears...
Light at the end of the Tunnel
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