A1 Virtual Magic Bowl Archive
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Locomotor Virtual Patient Scene
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virtual philosopher interview: Savulescu and Sinnott-Armstrong
Nigel Warburton interviews Julian Savulescu and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong on the topic of addiction.
MOFA : magazine of performing arts
'MOFA: magazine of performing arts' is a full-text refereed ejournal. MOFA is published in English by IATR, The Israeli Association for Theatre Research. At June 2009 there are two issues online, although the first issue seems to have consisted of only one article. Articles are presented in HTML. Example article titles, from an international range of contributors, include: 'A Confined Amorous Being: The Eastern Woman between Travel Literature and English Drama'; 'Queer in the Holy Land: Gay and
Are virtual teams the future?
In the brave new world of work employees may be less reliant on employers to offer a secure future and more reliant on their own commitment. The enterprising will succeed, says Dr Jonathan Trevor.
Virtual teams are the future
Geographically diverse teams in multinational companies maybe harder to manage than traditional teams, but these collaborative virtual teams are becoming increasingly important. According to Professor Lynda Gratton, one of only two women in The Times' Top 50 Thinkers in the World, the very make-up of teams gives them an ability to innovatively solve complex problems.
National Audit Office: Improving Poorly Performing Schools In England
This report from 2006 focuses on whether enough is being done to identify and support schools that show signs of deteriorating performance, effective measures are being taken to address poor performance and whether ‘recovered’ schools continue to improve and do not start to fail again.
(R&DA 20) The use of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to support individualised learning in Init
This project funded by a TDA Research & Development Award examined the use of Virtual Learning Environment to support individualisation of teacher training. Investigated experience of 102 trainees with one ITT provider.
Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry
This virtual textbook allows for visualization of 3D-molecular models while teaching principles of Organic Chemistry.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Virtual Learning Environment Implementation: Univer
The report from the University of Winchester
Inspirations - Performing Wonders in South Africa
This resource is a short film about the work of Usasazo Secondary School in Khayelitsha, a deprived township on the outskirts of Cape Town. It has wider messages for all teachers about the importance of finding relevance at the beginning of the learning process.
Science Subject Knowledge for Trainee Primary Teachers - The delivery of multimedia content via a Vi
This project examined how a virtual learning environment could be used to enhance science subject knowledge for trainee primary teachers. Diagnostic quizzes, specially designed and created materials using still and moving images, and extra sessions were used successfully to enhance subject knowledge competence and confidence in ‘difficult concepts’ in science. These materials were used with primary PGCE trainees and are available for examination. Supported by a TDA Research and Developmen
NASA CONNECT Virtual Earth: Using Concept Maps to Solve Problems
In NASA CONNECT Virtual Earth, students will be introduced to Earth system science. They will learn what a system is and how to apply the concept of systems to learn more about how the Earth functions. Students will understand the only way to really comprehend the workings of our planet is to look at the Earth as a whole system. They will also focus on Earth science applications of national priority to expand and accelerate the use of knowledge, science, and technologies resulting from the Earth
Virtual learning environments: an evaluation of their development in a sample of educational setting
This resource is a 28-page Ofsted survey of VLE usage in 35 selected establishments. It also draws upon the reference to VLEs in recent Ofsted reports. The data is drawn from the full range from primary schools through secondary and post-16 to colleges providing adult education. Some of the data comes from the virtual survey of VLEs. Published in 2009, this extensive survey covers the period following the publication of the DfES Harnessing Technology in 2005.
Teachers TV Performing Wonders Season
Teachers TV has a three week season of programmes, beginning 14 December, featuring inspirational music, dance and drama projects and initiatives in the UK and around the world that demonstrate the benefits of offering young people opportunities to get involved in and express themselves through the performing arts.
Boys who dare don't care: unwanted men, the performing arts and perplexing disruptions to the male t
This paper, presented at BERA 2009, focuses upon boys’ perceptions of male teachers as role models to encourage greater participation in the arts. It is highlighted from the evidence, however, that male role models are not required and that “the wrong kind of man will not do”. What is underlined is a set of key characteristics for the teacher who is ‘better than good’.
APCICT Virtual Academy (AVA)
AVA is the online distance learning program of UN-APCICT "Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leader". The goal of the Academy is to equip policy makers and other government officials with the essential knowledge and skills they need to fully leverage information and communication technologies (ICTs) to achieve national development goals. AVA allows learners to access online courses designed to enhance their knowledge in a number of key areas including utilizing the potential of ICTs for re