Monthly Archives: May 2010

Connectivism

It’s only been in the past three years or so that I have been dedicated to an attitude of and proactivity to constantly learning and being aware of the world around me. In high school, college and a few years … Continue reading

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Evaluating and Identifying Online Resources

This week’s topics focused on the scientific side of learning: how the brain works, transfer of information from short-term memory to long-term memory and approaches to learning that enable the transfer of information to occur. The neuroscientific view of learning … Continue reading

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The Doorway to Professional Learning Communities

Today’s technology provides immeasurable opportunity for sharing knowledge and information through blogs, websites and wikis. In an effort to continue my professional development, I subscribe to and read a number of blogs to keep up with current trends, resources, support … Continue reading

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