Everything you need to know about animation-based learning [Huong Giang Bui]

Everything you need to know about animation-based learning — from elearningindustry.com by Huong Giang Bui When people talk about education, they often stress the formal […]

5 Types Of Distractions That Can Ruin The Elearning Experience

By the Edwiser Team, the King of Premium Moodle Themes and Plugins. As a responsible elearning professional in the pandemic world, you have taken up […]

Items re: feedback from Law Professor Kim O’Leary

Per Kim O’Leary, here are some resources re: the topic of giving/receiving feedback: Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well […]

Remote collaboration and virtual conferences, the future of work [Fink]

Remote collaboration and virtual conferences, the future of work — from forces.com by Charlie Fink Excerpts: Ten weeks ago, Jesse Damiani, writing on Forbes.com, told the […]

XR for Learning – June 3, 2020

XR for Learning – June 3, 2020 — from twist.learningguild.net Excerpt: Augmented, Virtual, and other mixed reality technologies are rapidly emerging and advancing, creating new […]

5 easy ways to infuse learning science into remote teaching [Hendricks]

5 easy ways to infuse learning science into remote teaching — from campustechnology.com by Andrea Hendricks These practices will help engage students and improve outcomes […]

4 reasons to build choice into classroom design — and how to make it work for students [Lock]

From DSC: The article below is meant as fodder for thought for us now…until we get back to holding class in physical learning spaces again. […]

For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in this new video regarding what’s called “cognitive load” [Christian]

From DSC: For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in a new video that I put together regarding cognitive […]

Doesn’t this look like a fun & engaging learning space? One that encourages collaboration?

From DSC: When I saw the learning space as pictured below, I couldn’t help but ask a couple of questions: Doesn’t this look like a […]

Reflections on “Play is disappearing from kindergarten. It’s hurting kids.” [Martin]

Play is disappearing from kindergarten. It’s hurting kids. — from edsurge.com by  Joe Martin Excerpt (emphasis DSC): In an increasing number of schools, teachers of very […]

For those involved with creating/enhancing learning spaces as they relate to pedagogies

From DSC — and with a shout out to Brad Sousa for this resource: For those involved with creating/enhancing learning spaces as they relate to […]

In case it’s a helpful reminder: 6-9 minutes is the optimal length for a video

Optimal Video Length for Student Engagement — from blog.edx.org by Candace Hazlett and Philip Guo Excerpt: In this first post, I’ll share some preliminary results […]

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