What will a classroom look like in fifty years?

The Future Of Google Glass In eLearning

What will a classroom look like in fifty years? Hundreds of years ago, no one could have possibly imagined some of the exciting, effective learning technologies we have today. In just the last few decades, there have been dramatic technological advances that are changing the nature of the classroom, how students learn, and how teachers…

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The Knowledgeable & Entrepreneurial Mind of Richard Branson

Richard Branson

The Knowledgeable & Entrepreneurial Mind of Richard Branson Sir Richard Branson is an iconic and legendary figure within business circles. His Virgin companies span the globe, while his thirst for brand domination and sense of adventure tell a story of an intriguing and thought provoking life sprinkled with danger, high risk tactics, pushing the boundaries…

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Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power KPOW

Most of us have heard the phrase “knowledge is power” however we may not fully understand how to translate this into improving our lives in a practical way. Knowledge = Options = Power When we educate ourselves, we learn new things that we were previously unaware of. This gives us the ability to make better decisions,…

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The introduction of the iPad into class rooms is good for Knowledge take on

Knowledge is Power KPOW

The introduction of the iPad, with its easy to manipulate touch screen technology, has allowed even very young children to take advantage of a computer. Its portable format and fast load-up time has made it possible for them to be used easily in the classroom. The iPad in the classroom brings education to life. Children have…

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Bear Grylls – Mud, Sweat and Tears

I read this while on holiday and highly recommend: Bear Grylls is a man who has always sought the ultimate in adventure. Growing up on the Isle of Wight, he was taught by his father to sail and climb at an early age. As a teenager he found identity and purpose through both mountaineering and…

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