omprehensive list of features. Watch the video to see features varying from easy navigation, speed limit, advanced pick-up and drop and more.
Don’t forget to like and share the video if you find it interesting. Do share your thoughts to us in the comment section. Your suggestions will help us work for better road safety.
For enquiries, you can visit our website: http://www.trackschoolbus.com/…
if any of you have used PBS Teacherline? Several of their classes in Instructional Technology look *right* up the alley of people on this board. So I thought I'd check and see if any of you have taken classes in that stream, and if so, how relevant you found them to be against the backdrop of *actually* educating? Are they integrating 2.0 sensibilities into what's being taught, or are they just teaching using 2.0 interfaces?
If the classes aren't worth taking, or the interface that they use (which vaguely resembles Moodle, but doesn't seem to actually be Moodle) is a nuisance, then I'll be better going somewhere else (suggestions would be welcome.)
While my school doesn't give credits for Teacherline (mostly because they're not set up to), other schools do, and my school will transfer credits earned with them to my transcript. They also are about half the cost per credit over the class cost over at the school (their classes are currently being sold for $199 for a 2-credit class, while credits at my school are about $200 a credit hour). While I absolutely want the real world life experience, I think it might be well worth it to take a class a term this way.
rs because these "fast adders" (computers with intelligence) are making decisions based on heuristics, in other words decisions based on values in all areas from health to warfare. The philosophical/societal issues are now entering the realm of machine intelligence. So, we have issues which are far greater than the "role and purpose" of teaching/education but real questions as to human/machine interface.
May I also recommend Rudy Rucker's The Ware Tetrology where computers have transcended Asimov's rules of robotics (which are arguably false in any case). We are not talking "future" but present as one realizes when one considers the robots at work in Iraq.
Education is a lagging indicator. Thus the question you ask is not a future question. The real statement is "What IS the purpose...." TODAY…
Added by tom abeles at 9:25am on September 20, 2010