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Presentation Zen: The need for connection & engagement in education
Here’s how Ruzuku made it easy for Marlene Hielema, the Image Maven, to do just that for a photography course that she had been teaching for years.Marlene Hielema is a photographer and educator. She has taught photography in the classroom for about 8 years and shot [...]
Digital Graffiti Wall + Stencils from Alex Beim on Vimeo. I love watching videos like this. Especial
Digital Graffiti Wall + Stencils from Alex Beim on Vimeo. I love watching videos like this. Especially when they pick the right music.
I’m finding social constructivist theory fascinating — and likewise have found this summary of Presence Pedagogy equally fascinating. We are focused on some of these same principles as we build out Ruzuku. From the site: The Core Principles of Presence Pedagogy that guide its use in virtual environments: Ask questions and correct misperceptions; Stimulate background knowledge and expertise; Capitalize on the presence of others; Facilitate interactions and encourage community; Support distributed cognition; Share tools and resources; Encourage exploration and discovery; Delineate context and goals to act upon.
Presence Pedagogy: Needs Some More Dimensions
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Souldancer, the writer and speaker behind Pay Me What I’m Worth, facilitatespowerful life-changing retreats on Hawai’i’s Big Island and Maui. SD is alsopublished author, internationally recognized key-note speaker and radio show host. Here’s what he says about Ruzuku:Ruzuku provides a savvy, eye-catching learning community for offering classes in clear, simple [...]
Lack of any asemblance of a systematic approach to selling is the biggest weakness for most small businesses.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pHXH5fmCCs Sir Ken Robinson answers the question: “Can you assess creativity?” and his answer (as always) is very interesting.