Category Archives: Visual Learning

Flow Chart Examples

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Brain Games or Head Games: What really works?

For fun, try the brain games highlighted during the presentation at http://www.lumosity.com/ Earlier this year, researchers behind a study in Archives of Neurology say they had a found a link between brain-stimulating activities and levels of protein thought to cause … Continue reading

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Consulting Proposal on Prezi

[prezi url=”http://prezi.com/i2ozkpvroiln/” width=”550″ height=”400″ zoom_freely=”Y” ]   From a graduate level Learning Technologies course at Harrisburg University, in Central PA. The course was called: Managing Technology Resources, and has been immensely helpful in the world of corporate learning and project … Continue reading

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Assessments in the Hot Spot

Testing Interface Design Ethical considerations with assessment accommodations should be further researched with individual variations as a valid and reliable alternative to mainstream┬átesting. Metric variables can affect the validity of the assessment phase in evaluation. Intrinsic factors reflect the individual. … Continue reading

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