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FLIPPED Model – Pedagogy or Andragogy in Higher Education Teaching Learning | Education Training Society

FLIPPED Teaching and Learning Model in Higher Education Introduction Nowadays in higher education there is much talk of MOOCS (Massive Open Online Courses), e-learning, blended learni…

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Learning Styles: Why "One Size Fits All" Doesn't Work - Integrated Learning Strategies

How to help your child find the right learning styles to enhance their potential in school and to prep the brain for higher learning. Learning is unique and different for each child.

This infographic provides a good overview of the seven learning styles. You can use it as a quick reference guide.

Have you ever struggled to learn something new? People of all ages often have difficulties with learning new things. Everyone has memories of struggling in school over their least favorite subjects, but academic struggles are definitely not the end of the road. Even many adults routinely struggle to pick up new skills at their jobs

Learning theories & eLearning    mLearning IMHO should be below eLearning

This diagram has been designed to illustrate the links between 3 theoretical perspectives of learning and how they could be linked to eLearning. The list of eLearning options is not supposed to be exhaustive. Also some of the tools could easily be designed by an educator, or used by a learner in a variety of ways, and therefore appear in more than one of the theory segments. For example, an interactive scenario, if it were an ill-defined contextualised problem, with no 'right' answer, and…