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Engaging Students in Higher Order Thinking with iPads (medical data)

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“Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” - Aldous Huxley

 

I took a research class when I began graduate school so I could begin my master’s thesis as early as possible. One of the concepts that stuck with me was the importance of sample size. The larger your sample data set is the better your findings will be.



Flipping tip: edmodo video

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“It takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else.” - Erma Bombeck

Edmodo is an online social learning network. It’s a bit like Facebook but secure! Teachers, students, and parents can connect, collaborate, and share content without worry. Teachers can post grades, assignments, and quizzes too but we are going to focus attention on sharing videos.



TED: Four principles for an open world

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If I were marooned on a desert island with only one app for my iPhone or iPad this would be it!

I discovered TED Talks a few years ago and began sharing it with my students. Watching great speakers at work is a marvelous way for students to learn how to deliver their own presentations. Besides, the ideas presented are well worth sharing.



TVU Player a killer app!

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Ok, is it just me or is TVU (iPhone app and OS X beta player) just an excellent little window to the world? 



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