In 2004, a former hedge fund analyst began recording and posting videos of himself explaining some math techniques. He created the material to help tutor his young cousin. Rather than keeping it private, however, the analystposted the videos to YouTube . By 2012, Salman Khan had more than 3,000 lessons online, 140 million views, and a reputation as an education guru.
Until recently development of mobile learning apps/games has been limited to the technical elite because of the complex development and publishing process. Coupled with the recent lifting of restrictions by mobile device manufacturers and the proliferation of user-friendly authoring tools this is no longer the case. Not only is interactive mobile learning app/game creation now possible by most teachers and students; it is also emerging as a highly engaging classroom learning strategy for middles and high school student
Where in the World? is a geography puzzle constructed by The Atlantic. The puzzle is based on Google Earth satellite imagery. There are two puzzles in the series. The easier, though still difficult, of the two is this one that presents an image and three answer choices. The more difficult of the two is this one that does not offer multiple answer choices but does offer some very obscure clues.
Visitors to GE Teach can select from a variety of physical geography and human geography layers to display and explore. A fantastic feature of GE Teach is the option use the "two Earths" mode to show two maps side-by-side. In the image below (click to view full size) you can see that I have used the Earth on the left to view climate regions and the Earth on the right to view population density. The "two Earths" mode could be useful for prompting students to make comparisons and or correlations between two maps.
in fitness instructor Cassey Ho as she takes you through an intense ab workout sure to create flat abs and a strong core. You won't need anything except for you and a mat (and even that's not necessary). This ab workout hits the lower abs, upper abs, and obliques. And yes, this workout will help you get a six pack as long as you pair it with cardio to melt off that fat! Try to do this 2-3 more times for a solid workout.
Another challenge is that most screencasts are recorded at a higher resolution than used in the elearning courses. You may record a full screen demo and then have to squeeze it down to something like 1024×768. And any time you scale a screencast down you’ll run into some image degradation.