GLOBAL EDUCATION
Helping students maximize their performance
Paula and Ralph Ruby
Arkansas State University
APPLE
International
Keyboards
International Keyboards
• iOS: Using International keyboards iOS supports
multiple languages and dialects, offering
intern...
International Keyboards (cont.)
• Customize your keyboard. Unlike physical keyboards,
you can change the format of a softw...
International Keyboards
International Keyboards
International Keyboards
MY CLASSROOM NOTES
MY CLASSROOM NOTES
QUICK START GUIDE
QUICK START GUIDE
QUICK START GUIDE
QUICK START GUIDE
MY CLASSROOM NOTES
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
World Languages
MY CLASSROOM NOTES
World Language Translator
World Language Translator
World Language Translator
World Language Translator
World Language Translator
World Language Translator
World Language Translator
MY CLASSROOM NOTES
Decodes / Deciphers
Abbreviations into Meanings
Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings
How to Study in College by Walter Pauk and Ross J. Q. Owens [tenth Edition...
Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings
Page 369
Develop your own abbreviations for words you commonly use. For ex...
Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings
Global Education ‐ Helping Students Maximize Their Performance Part 1 - Course Technology Computing Conference
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Presenter: Paula Ruby & Ralph Ruby, Jr., Arkansas State University

The constantly changing global environment presents an ongoing challenge to educators when selecting international topics and learning tools and experiences for their students. Instructional strategies for international business might include such topics as: Case Studies and Decision-Making Exercises, Geographical and Cultural Environment Analysis, Company and Country Research Reports, Cross-Cultural Experiences and Team Projects, Role Playing and Simulations, Field Research and Experiential Learning, Online Research and Web Activities, Electronic Portfolios, and the list continues. In today’s classroom a student must be prepared, regardless of the instructional strategy being used or the topic being covered using that instructional strategy to receive and send messages in a common language understood by both the sender and the receiver. This may involve writing a message in your native tongue, English, and sending in the receiver’s native tongue, Chinese, or any one of the other major foreign languages. No one is proficient in 20 or 30 languages. A major part of today’s digital communications is digital images such as a picture, video or possibly even a quick drawing of a future product under development that might be just the idea that makes a sale. It is also important that individuals be able to take a note in the quickest and easiest possible manner. Dr. Walter Pauk suggests using abbreviations and symbols. It is also important to be able to customize your abbreviations and symbols to meet your personal and professional needs. What about the ability to select just the most efficient and appropriate note-taking tool i.e. Charting, Cornell Notes, Mapping, Mind Mapping, or any one of a number of note-taking tools to meet the usability requirements of that moment. How about a note card tool for when you are preparing a presentation for this week’s local service club or a presentation regarding a product soon to be released. To communicate in the most convenient mode it might be best to use SMS, Facebook, Twitter or Email. In today’s society we need to have these choices available immediately. Having a personal library to store all of your information for quick retrieval and reference can be critical. In today’s world time is money. In today’s fast paced global community the most productive person has the most efficient tools, at their fingertips, on their mobile device ready to be called upon when needed.

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Global Education ‐ Helping Students Maximize Their Performance Part 1 - Course Technology Computing Conference

  1. 1. GLOBAL EDUCATION Helping students maximize their performance Paula and Ralph Ruby Arkansas State University
  2. 2. APPLE International Keyboards
  3. 3. International Keyboards • iOS: Using International keyboards iOS supports multiple languages and dialects, offering international keyboards and dictionaries. You can use the keyboards in all apps, and you can change between multiple international keyboards.
  4. 4. International Keyboards (cont.) • Customize your keyboard. Unlike physical keyboards, you can change the format of a software keyboard, including the dictionary used for auto-correction, the number of letters, and the arrangement of the keys (for languages with alternative keyboard layouts). • You can select different keyboards from • Settings > General > • Keyboard > Keyboards
  5. 5. International Keyboards
  6. 6. International Keyboards
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  8. 8. MY CLASSROOM NOTES
  9. 9. MY CLASSROOM NOTES QUICK START GUIDE
  10. 10. QUICK START GUIDE
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  13. 13. MY CLASSROOM NOTES World Languages
  14. 14. World Languages
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  23. 23. MY CLASSROOM NOTES World Language Translator
  24. 24. World Language Translator
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  26. 26. World Language Translator
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  30. 30. MY CLASSROOM NOTES Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings
  31. 31. Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings How to Study in College by Walter Pauk and Ross J. Q. Owens [tenth Edition] -- PDF File http://www.teachersyndicate.com/ttsd/sites/default/files/How%20to%20Study%20in%20College%2010th.pdf The authors recognize abbreviations, as a form of alphabetic shorthand, on the following pages. Page 118 The same applies to historical or cultural references. Many of them have become part of your personal body of knowledge. Authors know this and can use these references as a kind of shorthand to efficiently express complicated ideas in just a word or two. Page 264 Figure 10.15 - List of suggested abbreviations to use
  32. 32. Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings Page 369 Develop your own abbreviations for words you commonly use. For example, if you’re doing research on earthquakes, you may want to use RS to stand for “Richter scale” and tct plates to abbreviate “tectonic plates.” Be careful not to go overboard with abbreviations, however. Abbreviating words may save you time to begin with, but you don’t want to waste that time later trying to decipher your unfamiliar shorthand. Stanford University recognizes the importance of using abbreviations and symbols and has identified the use of these as Note-Taking Shorthand on their university website -- http://studentaffairs.stanford.edu/oae/schwab/notetaking-shorthand. Because of Stanford's reputation in this area Harvard, Dartmouth and numerous other major universities use Stanford's same information for taking notes. Today My Classroom Notes – Collegiate and My Classroom Notes K - 12 has overcome the decipher objection with digital technology.
  33. 33. Decodes / Deciphers Abbreviations into Meanings

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