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Tongues all look more or less the same? Not in the animal kingdom.

Teeth have different jobs and so come in different shapes. What kind of teeth do animals have?

Openness and Education: A beginner's guide (2017) builds on recent research undertaken to trace the history of openness... see more

Spikes and spines serve animals as a defense, for attacking and they are even used as tools.

Not every creature is able to recognize their reflection in the mirror. Most creatures simply see another animal. This... see more

In this article you will meet animals that feed themselves in an unusual way: animals that feast like kings, stuff their... see more

Animals often have an incredibly good hearing, but not all of them use their ears to hear. There are even animals that... see more

Although we have lots of sayings about smell, we humans don’t have particularly good noses. But animals do. This article... see more

Why do birds sing? How do they sing? Are there birds that can’t sing? This article will explain everything you need to... see more

Some animals are pretty good at camouflaging themselves. Some of them even change their color to match the color of their... see more

Are there see-through animals? Meet transparent animals and find out why they look that way.

Animals are true artists when it comes to changing their color. But how does it work and what is it for?

I recently came across this infographic on learning theory on the most excellent blog, TeachThought. As you can see, with... see more

Summary: Connectivism is a learning theory that explains how Internet technologies have created new opportunities for... see more

Creating a nonlinguistic representation of depicting communities of practice, connectivism, and personal learning... see more

PDF | The primary goal of this paper is to operationalize the connectivism approach into a new learning model with... see more

The three broad learning theories most often utilized in the creation of instructional environments are Behaviorism,... see more

What you will learn The power of gamification and how it can increase user engagement and fulfilment Why and how... see more

Want to know how to create effective Virtual Reality Learning experiences? Check 3 Instructional Design strategies for... see more

A training simulation is a virtual medium through which various types of skills can be acquired.[1] Training simulations... see more

The purpose of instructional objectives and performance outcomes is to define the type of learning that will occur at the... see more

How To Become An Instructional Designer. Check 7 Steps To Become An Instructional Designer That Will Lead You To A... see more

This page explains the metacognitive learning theory created by John H. Flavell. Application to 21st century learning is... see more

Learners are active actors in learning environments and not mere consumers of instructional designers' products.