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Digital tribes

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Communication, including speech, clothing and actions all serve to signal our cultural identities and group membership (Pahl and Rowsell, 2006). Such new literary practices of communication (Lankshear and Knobel, 2006) rely heavily on shared spaces, shared symbolism and the viral nature of the social web. and Lukose, R. and Knobel, M.

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Passion for education

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This process promotes 'a different way of being' teachers (Bolton, 2006). 2006) Reflective Practice. Passion for education by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Some appear to be contradictions. References Bolton, G. Rogers, C.

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Exploring medical technologies

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Indeed, my top three all-time cited academic publications are: Wikis, blogs and podcasts : A new generation of web-based tools for virtual collaborative clinical practice and education (2006) The emerging Web 2.0 Unported License. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e's.

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Online, en masse

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In MMORPGs, clans can identify themselves further by developing their own virtual territories, building businesses, and earning virtual currency (Childress and Brasswell, 2006). 2006) Using Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games for Online Learning. Tomorrow: The Tribal Web Reference Childress, M. and Brasswell, R.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Learning Visions

Learning Visions

I started blogging in earnest in February 2006. Wendy Wickham This work by Cammy Bean is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 I am now the VP of Learning Design for Kineo. A lot of really smart people were talking about some really interesting things and I wanted in! United States License.

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Theories for the digital age: Connectivism

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Much of this learning is informal, (Commentators such as Cofer (2000), Cross (2006) and Dobbs (2000) place the proportion of informal learning at around 70%) and is also generally location independent. 2006) Informal Learning: Rediscovering the natural pathways that inspire innovation and performance. References Cross, J.

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Theories for the digital age: Self regulated learning

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Various commentators suggest that as much as seventy percent of learning occurs outside of formal educational settings (Cofer, 2000; Dobbs, 2000; Cross, 2006). 2006) Informal Learning: Rediscovering the natural pathways that inspire innovation and performance. 2000) Informal Workplace Learning. Practice Application Brief No.

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