On the agenda – Week 22, 2014

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13 juni 2014 | How does the understanding of Big Data improve teaching? Also in this week’s ‘on the agenda’: New data on the flipped classroom, research on how technology affects the brain, and Stephen Hawking calculated who would win the FIFA World Cup.

Take 1 – Edtech

@Sofia: New data on the flipped classroom

@betamiller: Reclaiming the Web for the Next Generation

@JanetSymmons: How Technology Affects the Brain

Take 2 – Big Data

@DigitalAgendaEU: Big Data can transform learning – as long as lecturers take control

@EmergingEdtech: Understanding how Big Data can Help Improve Teaching, With 2 Examples

@Education_air: How Are the Rules on Using Big Data Changing?

Take 3 – FIFA World Cup

@CarolinaBio: The 2014 FIFA World Cup has started! Teach students how researchers used science to build a better soccer ball.

@SelectScience: Can science help make the different between winning & losing the World Cup?

@LizzieGoldmeier: Stephen Hawking’s formula can tell you who’s winning the FIFA World Cup a week before it even starts

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: People worried MOOCs would replace universities, but they actually improve campus education, says edX’s Anant Agarwal

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