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Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine

Posted by eduscience on December 10, 2011

Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine.

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Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine

Posted by eduscience on December 7, 2011

Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine.

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Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine

Posted by eduscience on December 5, 2011

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Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine.

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Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine

Posted by eduscience on December 5, 2011

Make Money Automatically with the Auto Profit Machine.

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Collaborative Learning

Posted by eduscience on December 20, 2009

Comparing Traditional Teaching And
Student Centered, Collaborative Learning*

A teacher centered environment A student centered environment
The teacher is in control. Students are in control of their own learning.
Power and responsibility are primarily teacher centered. Power and responsibility are primarily student centered.
The teacher is the instructor  and decision maker. The teacher is a facilitator and guide. The students are the decision makers.
The learning experience is often competitive in nature. The competition is usually between students. Students resent others using their ideas. Learning may be co-operative, collaborative or independent. Students work together to reach a common goal. Students willingly help each other sharing/exchanging skills and ideas.  Students compete with their own previous performance, not against peers.
Series of smaller teacher defined tasks organized within separate subject disciplines. Authentic, interdisciplinary projects and problems.
Learning takes place in the classroom. Learning extends beyond the classroom.
The content is most important. The way information is processed and used is most important.
Students master knowledge through drill and practice. Students evaluate, make decisions and are responsible for their own learning. Students master knowledge by constructing it.
Content is not necessarily learned in context.
Content is learned in a relevant context.
*From http://www.enhancelearning.ca

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E-teaching – Music

Posted by eduscience on November 23, 2009

eLearning music

more about “E-teaching – Music “, posted with vodpod

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Social Media Revolution

Posted by eduscience on November 23, 2009

Is Social Media a Fad?

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Schools Use Games for Learning and Assessment | Edutopia

Posted by eduscience on November 23, 2009

more about “Schools Use Games for Learning and As…“, posted with vodpod

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Three major components of an LES (Learning Evaluation Situation)

Posted by eduscience on October 26, 2009

Information from LEARN Quebec web site.



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EduScience: Our Mission.

Posted by eduscience on October 24, 2009

The purpose of this blog to provide resources for science teachers and students at the high school level. Topics range from curriculum development to e-learning and cover a variety of subject areas. Physical science, environmental science, genetics, mechanics, electricity and magnetism and applied technologies to name a few. My intention is to add material related to the course curriculum that is not found in the traditional text books. Much of the support material found here is in video format courtesy of YouTube and the many teachers, students, educators and scientists who share their information and knowledge freely with others in the true spirit of collaborative learning. I look forward to comments and posts from visitors with their suggestions for links to other sites or material to add to the blog.

Thank-you for visiting EduScience
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