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  2. iversity - Wikipedia

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    iversity.org officially launched the MOOC platform online in October 2013 and as of February 2015 has a user base of 600,000 online learners, enrolled in 63 courses offered by 41 partner universities. iversity is the only MOOC platform offering courses with ECTS-integration.

  3. Inquiry-based learning - Wikipedia

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    Inquiry-based learning (also spelled as enquiry-based learning in British English) is a form of active learning that starts by posing questions, problems or scenarios. It contrasts with traditional education, which generally relies on the teacher presenting facts and their own knowledge about the subject.

  4. Institute for Learning - Wikipedia

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    The Institute for Learning (IfL) was a voluntary membership, UK professional body.It ceased operating on 31 October 2014. Although precise membership figures and statistical details had been removed from IfL's webpage prior to its closure, at the end of financial year 2013-2014 IfL were reported as having only 33,500 of their 200,000 members remaining.

  5. Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time - Wikipedia

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    The game was released on two CD-ROMs, though later re-releases by The Learning Company had the game on one DVD-ROM with a dual layer, supplied with a 36-page instruction manual. This re-release came when the Learning Company changed the game's title to Carmen Sandiego's Great Chase Through Time after acquiring Broderbund's properties.

  6. Direct instruction - Wikipedia

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    Direct Instruction (DI) is a term for the explicit teaching of a skill-set using lectures or demonstrations of the material to students. A particular subset of direct instruction, denoted by capitalization as Direct Instruction, refers to a specific example of the approach developed by Siegfried Engelmann and Wesley C. Becker.

  7. English as a second or foreign language - Wikipedia

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    English as a second or foreign language is the use of English by speakers with different native languages.Language education for people learning English may be known as English as a second language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), English as an additional language (EAL), English as a New Language (ENL), or English for speakers of other languages (ESOL).

  8. Humanities - Wikipedia

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    The great traditions in art have a foundation in the art of one of the ancient civilizations, such as Ancient Japan, Greece and Rome, China, India, Greater Nepal, Mesopotamia and Mesoamerica. Ancient Greek art saw a veneration of the human physical form and the development of equivalent skills to show musculature, poise, beauty and anatomically ...

  9. Organizational culture - Wikipedia

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    Historically there have been differences among investigators regarding the definition of organizational culture.Edgar Schein, a leading researcher in this field, defined "organizational culture" as comprising a number of features, including a shared "pattern of basic assumptions" which group members have acquired over time as they learn to successfully cope with internal and external ...