hyperlearning

hyperlearning

Informatics A process of acquiring information common in multiple work tasks and occurs in a multidimensional space formed by a matrix of digitally integrated information technologies with human and nonhuman components
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A neuropriming session induces a temporary state of hyperplasticity, or "hyperlearning," where neural pathways from the motor cortex to the muscles are optimized and strengthened.
Development and testing of a hyperlearning model for design of an online critical care course.
The results bolster a hypothesis known in schizophrenia circles as the hyperlearning hypothesis, which posits that people suffering from schizophrenia have brains that lose the ability to forget or ignore as much as they normally would.
Second Life: Hype or hyperlearning. On the Horizon, 15(4), 204-210.
HyperLearning: Students inquiring, learning and sharing with technology.
Hyperlearning: where projects, inquiry, and technology meet.
It ranges from the formal delivery strategy of telelearning (Betty Collis) and the electronic platforms of cyber-schools or virtual classrooms (Starr Roxeanne Hiltz), to the ubiquitous mixture of informal and commercial possibilities outside the cl assroom--referred to by Lewis Perelman as hyperlearning.
With online learning, educational environments will go from sequential classroom curricula to nonlinear hyperlearning.[5] Hyperlearning is a technique that uses teaching modules and contains interlinked or hyperlinked components.
Hyperlearning, Where Projects, Inquiry and Technology Meet Jeffrey D.