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A TeacherTube Contest for a Learning System Makeover

TeacherTube also features fun activities such as classroom makeover contests. While browsing TeacherTube in September 2007, first-grade teacher Richard Colosi read about such a contest celebrating the use of technology […]

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TeacherTube for Stimulating Learning Systems, Pt. 3

TeacherTube, created in 2007 by a Texan superintendent, is one example of how Web 2.0 is creatively making its way into learning systems. More and more educators use TeacherTube as […]

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TeacherTube for Stimulating Learning Systems, Pt. 2

Browsing the featured videos on TeacherTube, one finds learning system topics ranging from Spanish Grammar rules (featuring the “Preterite Garret Girls”, hand-drawn circle-people) to an explanation of satire, to great […]

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TeacherTube for Stimulating Learning Systems

For educators wary of incorporating Web 2.0 technologies like YouTube into their learning systems, there is TeacherTube. Using TeacherTube, you can upload, tag and share videos, just like in YouTube. […]

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Bringing Learning Systems to the Students, Pt. 2

Status updates on sites like Facebook, Yammer, Twitter and Friendfeed are an increasingly popular form of online communication. So much so, that people are starting to call it “email 2.0.” […]

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Bringing Learning Systems to the Students, Pt. 1

Why should educators consider integrating Web 2.0 technologies like social networking sites into their learning systems? According to the Nielsen survey or users habits, social networking sites have now eclipsed […]

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Success Factors in Web 2.0 Learning Systems, Pt. 2

“What’s in the workflow is what gets used,” the McKinsey Quarterly writers of “Six ways to make Web 2.0 work” tell us. In the past, technologies like LMSs often simply […]

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Success Factors in Web 2.0 Learning Systems, Pt. 1

What’s the secret to successfully incorporating Web 2.0 into an organization or learning system? As in any learning system, guidance essential. The most imaginative, productive and efficient methods of Web 2.0 […]

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Making Web 2.0 Work in a Learning System

The integration of Web 2.0 technologies in a company learning system can be a time-consuming and difficult endeavor, riddled with obstacles. In last month’s McKinsey Quarterly, Michael Chui, Andy Miller, […]

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Merit Pay for Teachers U.S. Learning Systems, Pt. 2

While some argue that a merit pay system would cause teachers to compete with each other, others point out that this is a logical answer to an increasingly competitive global […]

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Merit Pay for Teachers U.S. Learning Systems, Pt. 1

One area of learning system reform that President Obama has emphasized is merit pay for teachers. Under a merit pay system, which would replace seniority-based salary scales, educators would be […]

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Battling Inequalities in U.S. Learning Systems, Pt. 2

In a bid for a more educated and competitive workforce, President Obama has said he will seek higher standards in U.S. learning systems. Speaking to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of […]

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Battling Inequalities in U.S. Learning Systems, Pt. 1

In order for President Obama’s economic-stimulus plan to have a positive impact on public learning systems, every state will need to play its part in working to improve its schools. […]

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Government Spending on Public Learning Systems

This morning, President Obama spoke about how to cut government waste. Though critics of his stimulus plan aren’t difficult to find, it’s important to consider the plan’s implications for our […]

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Teach for America Learning Systems in Danger, Pt. 3

Students selected for the Teach for America (TFA) learning system become employees of the school district in which they work–not of TFA as an organization. Therefore, the TFA learning system […]

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Teach for America Learning Systems in Danger, Pt. 2

Teach for America, a government-funded learning system which places recent college graduates at salaried public school teaching positions, is just one program that has been drastically affected by the struggling […]

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Teach for America Learning Systems in Danger, Pt. 1

As graduation slowly approaches and many seniors look forward to a bleak job market, dedicating oneself to temporary service and learning system programs such as Peace Corps and Teach for […]

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E-Learning Development: An On-the-Job Learning System

The best learning systems are those that allow you to discover and develop your skills while actually putting them to use. If you are looking to advance your career as an […]

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The Origins of Self-Discipline in American Learning Systems

In his article, “Why Self-Discipline is Overrated: The (Troubling) Theory and Practice of Control from Within,” Alfie Kohn poses the question in reference to learning systems: “Why do we find […]

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Effective and Ineffective Motivation in Learning Systems

Another slippery issue is the kind of motivation received and exhibited in LMS-hosted and classroom learning systems. Just as the kind of self-discipline is as important as the quantity, so it […]

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