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3 different ways to use a Learning map

The main purpose of designing a Learning map was to facilitate the instructional design of an online interactive learning content for educators on one side […]

Learning map combining lesson plan, guidance and content at once

To conduct a successful lesson we need a detailed description of the instructions about what students should learn and how will they learn it. That […]

An innovative use of Mind mapping in Education

It is no secret that a Learning map is based on a mind mapping technique. There are numerous studies available providing evidence of why mind […]

Using Learning map for storytelling

In this post I’m going to present a simple way to convert your learning/course materials to an interactive learning episode. Instead of using linear heavy […]

Learning map as an instructional tool

Have you ever focused on the way of how you present new topic/new things to someone? I’ve noticed that many times we   draw some sort […]

Blended learning solution in practice

Blended learning is not only the buzz word. It is actually working. Why? Because we all realized that no single teaching approach is good enough […]

Making your own educational video vs. using existing resources

In past posts we have talked about why it is beneficial to use video in your teaching and how it enhances learning experiences for your […]

Use interactive video in your flipped classroom

Use of videos represents the basis for the flipped classroom teaching model. Even though I’ve already described the benefits of using videos in teaching in […]

How to make sure students do their flipped homework?

With traditional lectures at class and exercises at home, teachers mostly know if and how their lecturing is received. There are always few of those […]

How to create a microlecture?

A microlecture is a short video or audio presentation of narrowly focused topic. Microlecture follows the principle of “bite-size information”. Thus learner can explore and […]

With a new module “Assignments” students can create their own learning maps

Something that was on our minds for a while now, is a question on how to better engage students with Edynco. Interactive videos and micro-lectures […]

Teachers, win Edynco Plus account!

We recently improved Edynco with tone of new features like assignments, easier creation, better collaboration and much more. We’re excited to show you and this […]

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