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Social Media in the Classroom [INFOGRAPHIC]

LearnDash

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that social media has changed more than just how we pass the time, it has now infused itself into formal learning channels. Although adoption is slow (for instance, only 15% of teachers find value in Facebook, Wiki, and other social networks), time will only show that it will rise. I think this is a thin line, but if done correctly, could prove valuable.

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Like Adding a 2nd Teacher to the Class

Visual Lounge

When I was a kid, my job was to tape cardboard boxes. Rather than spend 60 minutes taping up boxes, I would spend 45 minutes figuring out a better way to tape them and then 30 minutes taping them. Even as a kid, I remember feeling awesome about learning a new way to work smarter. Last week, I found a kindred spirit in Lance Yoder from East Noble School Association in Indiana.

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Create your own Learning Theory

Raptivity

Wikipedia defines Learning Theory as “Learning theories are conceptual frameworks that describe how information is absorbed, processed, and retained during learning. Learning brings together cognitive, emotional, and environmental influences and experiences for acquiring, enhancing, or making changes in one’s knowledge, [.].

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Like Adding a 2nd Teacher to the Class

Visual Lounge

When I was a kid, my job was to tape cardboard boxes. Rather than spend 60 minutes taping up boxes, I would spend 45 minutes figuring out a better way to tape them and then 30 minutes taping them. Even as a kid, I remember feeling awesome about learning a new way to work smarter. Last week, I found a kindred spirit in Lance Yoder from East Noble School Association in Indiana.

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You can't walk where I walk

Learning with e's

Someone once told me that life is like a fast moving stream. You can put your foot into it, and even let it flow over you for a while, but you can never put your foot into the same river twice. That's quite profound, but there is something even more profound. It is this: You can't walk where I walk. In other words, you can't experience what I experience. Unported License.

EMEA Reporter: Is Crowd Sourcing the Answer? by Nic Laycock

Learning Solutions Magazine

Finding and verifying information on the web to support eLearning development can be time- consuming. In large organizations, “push” methodology (the LMS) makes eLearning manageable for. learners, but elsewhere, it’s a “pull” world, with no help. Is there a way around these difficulties? start-up in the UK is exploring how crowd sourcing can improve things for developers and for. learners.

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Walkabout

Jay Cross

I am on Walkabout. In Berkeley, not Alice Springs. The Songlines. I am dedicating my full attention this quarter. Everything that interests me is complex and mysterious. I decided to invest my time to understanding the network I inhabit. Hence, the Walkabout. Bruce Chatwin describes Walkabouts in The Songlines. A key concept of aboriginal culture is that the aboriginals and the land are one.