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What is the Value of Social Presence in Online Learning?

What is the Value of Social Presence in Online Learning?

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When a student learns online, he is physically distanced from his peers and instructor. Depending on the design of the course that can lead to a rather isolating experience. Now when we reframe the process of learning from the formalized classroom experience and start to imagine learning as a real life and lifelong process, the […]

How to Learn a New Skill Quickly: A 4-Step Process

How to Learn a New Skill Quickly: A 4-Step Process

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Hey what’s going on guys? So today we are tackling how you can learn new skills incredibly quickly. Over the course of this video, I’m gonna share a four step process that you can use to take any skill, whether it’s related to school or your future career, or whether it’s just a fun one […]

10. Introduction to Neuroscience I

10. Introduction to Neuroscience I

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[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. –out by now, I am not Dr. Sapolsky. You probably got some cues from the beard and other things. My name is Nathan. I’m a graduate student. I’m a fourth year PhD student in the neuroscience program. And I’m going to be giving you the introductory lecture today on, basically how […]

Student Life – Choosing distance learning

Student Life – Choosing distance learning

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The family is very important for me. And I want to, to keep that always in my mind – in my head. I live in Plaisir, a small city close to Paris. I live with my wife, my daughter and my son. I’m a marketer, and I love my job because every day I discover […]

What is Nuclear Radiation? | Physics | the virtual school

What is Nuclear Radiation? | Physics | the virtual school

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If you were walking down the road and you saw this can outside your house what would you think? Radiation is something that makes us feel very, very uneasy, but what do we mean when we say radiation? Radiation comes from part of the atom called the nucleus. The nucleus is made up of neutrons […]

Online Learning Personalizes Education at the Florida Virtual School

Online Learning Personalizes Education at the Florida Virtual School

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>>Patricia: You have to look very carefully with oysters, but you can see where they come together, where the two shells come together.>>Narrator: High schools across the country teach students about marine biology in hands-on labs like this one at Daniel Jenkins Academy in Haines City, Florida.>>Some have some more spots than others.>>Patricia: Some have […]

What is an atom? | Chemistry | the virtual school

What is an atom? | Chemistry | the virtual school

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Atoms are the building block of matter. Your books, your pencils, your clothes, and even the air, are made up of atoms! Atoms are extremely small; and cannot be seen with the naked eye, or even a magnifying glass! The word atom comes from the ancient greek word Atomos, which means INDIVISIBLE. For example if […]

Online Learning Programs | San Diego State University College of Extended Studies

Online Learning Programs | San Diego State University College of Extended Studies

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SDSU College of Extended Studies is at the forefront in delivering innovative and career-focused online learning programs and certificates for professionals. Welcome to the College of Extended Studies in San Diego State University with all the economic challenges, technological innovations, and interesting global connections, this truly is a very exciting time to learn here at […]

The 9 BEST Scientific Study Tips

The 9 BEST Scientific Study Tips

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Time for school And it’s no surprise that many of us are determined to study smarter instead of longer But which study tips and tricks actually work scientifically, and can help you get those perfect grades First step, research shows that study sessions are most effective in small short chunks Instead of cramming in a […]

The General Addition Rule | Probability | the virtual school

The General Addition Rule | Probability | the virtual school

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The General Addition Rule. This morning I had a choice, I could either go to a cafe to eat breakfast or I could stay at home to eat. I decided to go to a cafe. Because I went to the cafe I didn’t eat at home. The two events are mutually exclusive, meaning that they […]