What is an LMS? This is a quick visual overview for the participant. Taken with permission from http://www.proprofs.com/c/category/lms/
Components of an LMS slideshow acquired with permission from Slideshare. Participants can take notes and reflect on applicable assignments.
Pros and cons of a LMS Prezi acquired with permission from Center for Educational Innovation and Development at Columbia International University.
SMART content: All resources from http://www.smarttech.com, www.exchange.smarttech.com and http://www.teq.com taken with permission for educational purposes only. Refer to beginner and proficient sections for specific content.
Ted Talk from Sugata Mitra. A close look at an experiment where students learn in an unlikely environment. Taken with permission from http://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_the_child_driven_education.html
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