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Red Mendoza

Connectivism in Asia - 7 views

Ji Joanne, barcamps are youth organized events where they meet, sometimes for a few days, to discuss technology based questions particularly in the context of their social setting. All the organize...

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Haniyfa Scott

questions to see if you are thinking critically - 5 views

A great guide to be referred to again and again.

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Константин Бугайчук

The History of Social Media from 1978 - 2012 - 7 views

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    Wow where do we go from here...its like a timeline of my social life, lol.
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    Vinyl > 8-track > Cassette > Compact Disc > MiniDisc > mp3
myweb 2learn

Things You Really Need to Learn ~ Stephen's Web - 6 views

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      is this true? How do you know? what does this question mean at all?
  • you control your thoughts.
  • the only thing that matters at all is this present moment.
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  • what you are doing right now is the thing that you most want to do.
  • consequences - are for the most part a matter of choice.
  • The fact is, most people are very bad at predicting consequences

  • The prediction of consequences is part science, part mathematics, and part visualization. It is essentially the ability to create a mental model imaging the sequence of events that would follow,
  • what might happen
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    1000 things I knew but forgot is my bi line sometimes. A lot of it does have to do with memory retention. But is memory only cerebral??? W do have body memory , emotional memory and spiritual memory. When we truly learn something it becomes integrated on these levels as well. So yes the only thing that matters IS the present moment, that is how we experience life and learning and that is how we absorb-by our senses not being shut down.
Chris Morand

12 ways to learn in 2012 - 6 views

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    I like # 12
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    I saved this one for RRS! thanks
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    Great learning strategies, thanks
Joanne Kaattari

Free Twitter 101 Tutorial - 5 views

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    Free Twitter 101 Tutorial - Still don't get Twitter? More and more this micro-blogging network is becoming a very useful tool for finding out what's going on with the people and things that matter to you the most. With our simple and engaging tutorial, you can learn all the various ways you can use Twitter to enhance your own life.
Joanne Kaattari

The 'Curator' - 7 views

Steve, I liked that image of the "Curator" too for teaching. Curation is a greatly undervalued art! Thanks for sharing.

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Diethild Starkmeth

Personal Learning Networks for Educators: 10 Tips | Getting Smart - 5 views

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    This is a very helpful and practical link on social networking especially for eductors, Diethild. Thank you.
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    This is so helpful, thanks for posting!
grace wolff

The Power of Introverts - 4 views

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    A Manifesto for Quiet Brilliance: Scientific American
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    Loved the arcticle. I don't agree that society 'grades on the curve', so to speak, for extroverts. Being an introvert myself I like to think it doesn't anyway.
Brainy Smurf

Real Workplace Learning Twitter Chat - 4 views

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    Chat held Feb. 9, 2012
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    This is a great website. A discussion about informal, workplace learning using Twitter chat. Interesting in both content and format! I will definately try to make the next one. Thanks.
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    Thanks for this. It looks similar to ConnectedPD (http://connectedpd.posterous.com/). I tried this once and blogged about my experience here: http://goo.gl/6QKRw
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    Mark, you are proving the serendipitous value of networks today. Thanks for the ConnectedPD link! A close friend is looking for some new ways of looking at math curriculum. :)
gsiemens

Electronics and the dim future of the university - 8 views

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    After 15 years we stand almost in the same level and maybe we need to wait next 15 years for seeing the change happens.
kaine edwards

Perceptions of Social Loafing in Online Learning Groups: A study of Public University a... - 4 views

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    What a great term: social loafing. I've never heard it before, but upon reading this article, realised I've experienced it often enough. Thanks.
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    It's the first time i've heard of this term also. Very different from the term lurking. A little lengthy but worth the skim over.
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    Kaine
    Very interesting article. I think it exists. I have perceived social loafing, definitely in my past online courses or at work.But I am not sure if that is true or not. What if I was also perceived as social loafer at the same time by others? Who is right then? Thanks for sharing it. I read and also bookmarked it. Ilona
Joanne Kaattari

Did you know? 3.0 - 7 views

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    This blew my mind. How can you even cope with this knowledge?
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    Thanks for the video , I was aware of those stats. It was a great review. I think you are coping by mere fact of taking the course.
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    @0:58 - "Today's learner will have 10-14 jobs by the age of 38." Does this mean the demise of careers?
kaine edwards

Taking Notes with Mind Maps - 7 views

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    Never thought of this when I was in formal schooling. What a great idea to simplify and stay ahead of note taking in class.
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    I love mind maps I have been making them since I was 13. People called it "doodling" and disregarded it or viewed it as art. I kept some from my youth and when I look back and reflect on them I can see WHY I drew the images and linked them the way I did, they are like a visual diary of what I was going through at the time.
grace wolff

The Brain and Mind in Learning - 4 views

I have been researching the connectivity between the right and left brain and it is only achieved through body movement. the research of Paul Dennison in the 70's parallels the way education is app...

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ce_bclark

External material: eLearnSpace - 10 views

Hi all, I found the folloiwng paper on-line: Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age http://www.elearnspace.org/Articles/connectivism.htm

Siemens Connectivism 'Learning Theory'

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Brainy Smurf

Bloom's digital taxonomy wheel and knowledge dimensions - 6 views

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    wow that is a high tech wheel and reminded me of a PLE .
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    I hope you don't mind if i abscond it for my blog.
Joanne Kaattari

Social Media and Politics - 4 views

Steve, that is a very interesting analysis. Especially of Twitter and tweets. Thank you.

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