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Tech, Agency, Voice (On Not Teaching)

Hybrid Pedagogy - May 31, 2018 2463

This keynote opened IPL 2018: New Learning Horizons: Digital and Hybrid Pedagogy / Nye lærinshorisonter — digital og hybrid pedagogikk on 31 May 2018 at NTNU, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. This talk grew out of a question: “How can the use of technology contribute to support student agency and voice?” Along the […]


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The massive experiment in New Orleans schools that few have noticed

Hechinger Report - May 30, 2018 2405

NEW ORLEANS — A few years ago, with little fanfare or announcement, the New Orleans education system began a massive experiment that’s reshaping how kids learn across the city. Many charter networks here, including Crescent City Schools, Firstline, ReNEW, and KIPP, have embraced an educational philosophy known as “personalized learning.” The goal of this movement […]


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Conceptualising the Digital University - The Intersection of Policy, Pedagogy and Practice | Bill Johnston | Palgrave Macmillan

Spigot Community via @LearningLurker - July 12, 2018 2336

  Loading.. Your cart is empty. ...you'll find more products in the shopping cart. Total€239.99 Login Shop the Archives and get your next eBook for just 14.99! © 2019 Conceptualising the Digital University The Intersection of Policy, Pedagogy and Practice Authors: Johnston, Bill, MacNeill, Sheila, Smyth, Keith Buy this book eBook   Hardcover ca. $89.99 price for USA Despite the increasing ubiquity of the term, the concept of the digital university remains diffuse and indeterminate. This book examines what the term 'digital university' should encapsulate and the resulting challenges, possibilities and implications that digital technology and practice brings to higher education.

Two studies point to the power of teacher-student relationships to boost learning

Hechinger Report - May 21, 2018 1897

Two studies on how best to teach elementary schools students — one on the popular trend of “platooning” and one on the far less common practice of “looping” — at first would seem totally unrelated other than the fact that they both use silly words with double-o’s. “Platooning” refers to having teachers specialize in a […]


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A comment on “tips and resources for instructional designers entering the field”

George Veletsianos - May 16, 2018 1688

What advice and resources would you offer to early-career instructional designers? That’s the question Inside Digital Learning asked practicing instructional designers. There’s many worthwhile insights for aspiring designers in the piece. I enjoyed reading it, and you might like it, too.


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Redefining Literacy in the Digital Age -- Campus Technology

Spigot Community via @LearningLurker - July 06, 2018 1662

Campus Technology What is your e-mail address? My e-mail address is: Do you have a password? I don't have a password. (Sign up now!) I have a password Related Articles Share this Page 21st Century Skills Redefining Literacy in the Digital Age Technology and digital media are changing the meaning of literacy and creating new challenges for teaching and learning. The literacy challenge here in the United States has been with us for some time. Several sources indicate that the percentages of adult illiteracy have not changed in 10 years: While these statistics are powerful, it is important to realize two issues: We hear K–12 teachers say on a regular basis that literacy remains a huge challenge for their students.