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Stephen Lee

C E Q * A LL - 11 views

shared by Stephen Lee on 15 Apr 10 - Cached
  • “assembly line”
  • WiFi Web 2 world
    • Tom March
       
      what is wfFi?
  • CEQ-ALL is the culmination of over 2 decades of work to “take the school out of learning.”
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  • Labor of Love.
    • Mark Hennessy
       
      This is a pertinent metaphor here!
  • People have been learning independently since the stone became a tool
    • David Geisler
       
      Is the stone considered an interactive tool?
  • who knows what else next?
    • David Renshaw
       
      What do you think will come next?
  • take charge of their own learning
    • Mark Hennessy
       
      Constructivism as it is called by some.
  • the self-initiated to learn
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense
  • common sense,
  • C E Q • A LL
  •  the self-initiated to learn
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    "What is CEQ*ALL? What happens when students are left to their own devices? In a WiFi Web 2 world, it could be many wonderful and amazing things? Web 2 empowers the self-initiated to learn more and more personally than ever possible before. But many students, well-trained in the "playing school" see free time a chance to goof off, to escape the boredom or avoid the stress. But what if students were truly free to learn as they wish in a supportive environment? CEQ*ALL provides a research-based, common sense approach to guiding personal learning to maximize intrinsic motivation, achievement and sophisticated thinking."
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    "What happens when students are left to their own devices? In a WiFi Web 2 world, it could be many wonderful and amazing things? Web 2 empowers the self-initiated to learn more and more personally than ever possible before. But many students, well-trained in the "playing school" see free time a chance to goof off, to escape the boredom or avoid the stress. But what if students were truly free to learn as they wish in a supportive environment? CEQ*ALL provides a research-based, common sense approach to guiding personal learning to maximize intrinsic motivation, achievement and sophisticated thinking."
celia sutterby

21st Century Pedagogy | 21st Century Connections - 1 views

  •  Developing thinking skills
    • Tom March
       
      Thinking because the environment is complex. Spiro - Constructivism
  • digital natives
    • Paul Smith
       
      Students find this second nature. The students in Year 6 at my school get a real buzz from making comments on other students' work and reading comments on theirs.
  • real world problems
    • Paul Smith
       
      E.g. Constructing a blog that invites comment on school issues. This will invite ideas from all students on topics that have meaning to them. E.g. Fundraising ideas foir the school or special event days.
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  • scaffold
    • Mahendra Kapoor
       
      To facilitate (hopefully) higher order thinking processes for students. To enable them to discover things through minimum guidance/ handholding etc. To challenge them rather than to tell them everything and bore them.
  • The key features of 21st Century Pedagogy are:?    building technological, information and media fluencies [Ian Jukes]?    Developing thinking skills?    making use of project based learning?    using problem solving as a teaching tool?    using 21st C assessments with timely, appropriate and detailed feedback and reflection?    It is collaborative in nature and uses enabling and empowering technologies?    It fosters Contextual learning bridging the disciplines and curriculum areas
    • celia sutterby
       
      A helpful summary for establishing the context of this research
  • Learning to know Learning to do Learning to live together Learning to be (http://www.unesco.org/delors/fourpil.htm)
    • celia sutterby
       
      UNESCO statement on the place of collaboration in 21st century learning can inform our approach to working with Web 2.0 Digikids.
Irene Anderson

eTools - Toolbox - 10 views

2009 version of this popular resource contains 25 categories of learning tool. Within each tool category are the names of the most popular tools from the emerging 2009 Top Tools for Learning, as ...

eTools Jane Hart

started by Irene Anderson on 17 Jun 09 no follow-up yet
Irene Anderson

Education Review : May 2009 ICT, Page 1 - 0 views

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    Contains articles useful to Project Leaders in schools: e.g. * a wiki world of learning; * Follow the leader
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