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Barry Joseph Profile Picture
By Barry Joseph December 6, 2012 - 10:30am Comments
For two years I have worked with my team at Global Kids to highlight some of the best online resources that inspire digital media and learning projects. It has been some time, however, since I made a new post.
On Digital Badging, Edge Work, 12 Lessons After 12 Years Blog Image
Lyndsay Grant Profile Picture
By Lyndsay Grant December 3, 2012 - 6:30am Comments
Digital maps allow us to map our journeys across times and places, linking virtual information to physical locations.
Mapping Our Learning Worlds Blog Image
Ethan Zuckerman Profile Picture
By Ethan Zuckerman November 29, 2012 - 1:35pm Comments
A great deal of our conversation lately has focused on getting governments to open up their data and to share what they know with the general public.
What Ancient Greek Rhetoric Might Teach Us About New Civics Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold November 26, 2012 - 7:40am Comments
It’s ironic that assessment in schools is most often “something adults do to students,”
Assessment: Turning a Blunt Instrument Into a Powerful Learning Tool Blog Image
Ben Williamson  Profile Picture
By Ben Williamson November 19, 2012 - 7:40am Comments
The language of learning today is full of references to “softness” and “openness.” Software, soft skills, soft performance, and the softening up of school knowledge go hand-in-hand with open source, open access and open educational resources
Learning and the Emerging Science of Behavior Change
Jeff Brazil Profile Picture
By Jeff Brazil November 16, 2012 - 9:15am Comments
We commissioned filmmaker Nic Askew to make a series of six films that captures the spirit of connected learning, a new approach to learning that is anchored in research, robust theori
Connected Learning: The Power of Curiosity
Antero Garcia Profile Picture
By Antero Garcia November 13, 2012 - 2:00pm Comments
I want to talk about the nature of writing in today's age of participatory media. In particular, I want to talk about how writing within my classroom has helped foster community amongst the students.
The Social Relevance of Public Writing
Liz Losh  Profile Picture
By Liz Losh November 8, 2012 - 8:10am Comments
Before the presidential election took place this week, many teachers used attention to the political drama unfolding across the nation as a way to draw students into classroom discussions and assignments.  Lesson plans that focus on elections
Gaming the System Blog Image
John Jones  Profile Picture
By John Jones November 5, 2012 - 5:35am Comments
Recently I had the opportunity to go to the Internet Research 13.0 (IR13) conference hosted by the University of Salford.
Contextualizing Big Data and Lessons for DML Blog Image
Jeff Brazil Profile Picture
By Jeff Brazil November 2, 2012 - 7:15am Comments
We commissioned filmmaker Nic Askew to make a series of short films about connected learning, a new approach to learning he called "courageous" and "transformational."
Connected Learning: The Experience of Education Reimagined Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold October 29, 2012 - 10:45am Comments
I can’t recall a time when I wasn’t aware of Professor Elizabeth Lawley. Ten years ago, there weren’t many tenure-track academics who were also active bloggers, avid gamers, and social media researchers.
Elizabeth Lawley: “Just Press Play” — Adding a Game Layer to the Undergraduate
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By monika hardy October 25, 2012 - 2:20pm Comments
Imagine we redefine public education so that Dewey’s democratic society is co-created ongoingly, bettering each moment we practice it.
Five Elements to Help Redefine Public Ed Blog Image
Nishant Shah  Profile Picture
By Nishant Shah October 22, 2012 - 2:20pm Comments
Recently, in Bangalore, a cluster of academics, researchers, artists, and practitioners, were supported by Brown University, to assemble in a
Habits of Living: Being Human in a Networked Society Blog Image
Doug Belshaw Profile Picture
By Doug Belshaw October 18, 2012 - 10:00am Comments
In my experience, there's broadly three ways to relate to any kind of educational technology: 1) Technological -- decide on the technology (for whatever reason) and that determines what you do pedagogically; 2) Pedago
Some Thoughts on iPads and One-to-One Initiatives Blog Image
Ben Williamson  Profile Picture
By Ben Williamson October 15, 2012 - 10:55am Comments
How should we understand the part played by code in digital media and learning?
Coded Curriculum: The New Architectures of Learning Blog Image

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