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It can't be that easy! https://youtu.be/KqReb3LS07g
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According to +Fredi Lajvardi inspiration and motivation are making a comeback in education. Want to hear more?

Hi all...I am a student in the Rutgers Ed. M. program and need some input for a multimedia project. I teach adult educators to develop continuing training for adult learners, based on experiential learning practices, facilitation, and Adult Learning Theory.

The courses I teach typically last one week. Some include completing written work, then returning 4 - 6 weeks later for a teach-back session. I would like to know your thoughts on the following:

1. What recommendations do you have for using interactive, multimedia learning methods for this type of training?

2. Focusing on the ISD process, how do you feel multimedia could could be used to enhance understanding of that process?

3. How do you feel educational technology can be used successfully for learners spanning Boomers to Gen X?

Thank you in advance for your input!

I am preparing for my first year of teaching, and I'm looking for great and effective ways to use technology in my elementary classroom. Are there any websites/apps that you LOVE that I should know about to get me started?

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Lesson material comprised of student contributions is engaging because learners have a stake in the information being used in the lesson. Student voice, in this sense, provides teachers with so many opportunities to access and assess student knowledge in purely formative ways. This post shares 10 tools to make it happen with Google, Poll Everywhere, Verso App, and much more.

http://learning.zahnerhistory.com/2017/01/10-tools-for-student-voice.html

PIN | https://www.pinterest.com/pin/312437292884829635/

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Overview of Java Programming Language
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