What Schools Can Learn From Google, IDEO, and Pixar | Co.Design: business + innovation ... - 1 views
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Children do know what they want - 0 views
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The Privilege of Connectivism - 5 views
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#CCK11 Expansionist Learning, Situated Learning, COP & Connectivist Learning | Learner ... - 1 views
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The largely unitary voice of the traditional teacher is fragmented by the limitless conversation opportunities available in networks. When learners have control of the tools of conversation, they also control the conversations in which they choose to engage.
For educators, control is being replaced with influence. Instead of controlling a classroom, a teacher now influences or shapes a network.
we find our way through active exploration. Designers can aid the wayfinding process through consistency of design and functionality across various tools, but ultimately, it is the responsibility of the individual to click/fail/recoup and continue.
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“To teach is to model and to demonstrate. To learn is to practice and to reflect.”
Without an online identity, you can’t connect with others – to know and be known. I don’t think I’m overstating the importance of have a presence in order to participate in networks.
Love and learn through ICT - 0 views
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