Participatory Learning

Barry Joseph Profile Picture
By Barry Joseph 06/04/2011 - 9:40am Comments
The National Writing Project has launched a fantastic new web site, Digital Is, to build a community amongst educators exploring how the digital age is changing how we write, share, collaborate, publish and participate in the digital age. More...
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Barry Joseph Profile Picture
By Barry Joseph 06/04/2011 - 9:40am Comments
The National Writing Project has launched a fantastic new web site, Digital Is, to build a community amongst educators exploring how the digital age is changing how we write, share, collaborate, publish and participate in the digital age. More...
Share, Grow, Do:
Barry Joseph Profile Picture
By Barry Joseph 06/04/2011 - 9:40am Comments
The National Writing Project has launched a fantastic new web site, Digital Is, to build a community amongst educators exploring how the digital age is changing how we write, share, collaborate, publish and participate in the digital age. More...
Share, Grow, Do:
Barry Joseph Profile Picture
By Barry Joseph 06/04/2011 - 9:40am Comments
The National Writing Project has launched a fantastic new web site, Digital Is, to build a community amongst educators exploring how the digital age is changing how we write, share, collaborate, publish and participate in the digital age. More...
Share, Grow, Do:
Barry Joseph Profile Picture
By Barry Joseph 06/04/2011 - 9:40am Comments
The National Writing Project has launched a fantastic new web site, Digital Is, to build a community amongst educators exploring how the digital age is changing how we write, share, collaborate, publish and participate in the digital age. More...
Share, Grow, Do:
Antero Garcia Profile Picture
By Antero Garcia 06/10/2011 - 10:50am Comments
I’m not a label person. Really, I usually don’t care what we call something. However, sometimes the words we call the tools and practices of teachers get in the way of acceptance, adoption, and policy. At the recent Urban Sites Network...
Can We Get Rid of the “New” in New Media? Blog Image
Antero Garcia Profile Picture
By Antero Garcia 06/10/2011 - 10:50am Comments
I’m not a label person. Really, I usually don’t care what we call something. However, sometimes the words we call the tools and practices of teachers get in the way of acceptance, adoption, and policy. At the recent Urban Sites Network...
Can We Get Rid of the “New” in New Media? Blog Image
Antero Garcia Profile Picture
By Antero Garcia 06/10/2011 - 10:50am Comments
I’m not a label person. Really, I usually don’t care what we call something. However, sometimes the words we call the tools and practices of teachers get in the way of acceptance, adoption, and policy. At the recent Urban Sites Network...
Can We Get Rid of the “New” in New Media? Blog Image
Antero Garcia Profile Picture
By Antero Garcia 06/10/2011 - 10:50am Comments
I’m not a label person. Really, I usually don’t care what we call something. However, sometimes the words we call the tools and practices of teachers get in the way of acceptance, adoption, and policy. At the recent Urban Sites Network...
Can We Get Rid of the “New” in New Media? Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold 07/22/2011 - 2:45pm Comments
This is a golden age for motivated self-learners, given the availability of open educational resources - from MIT's OpenCourseWare, Wikipedia, Wikiversity, and YouTube EDU to the Khan Academy and Apple's iTunes U, together with every possible...
Case Study: Co-Learning in Global Online Courses Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold 07/22/2011 - 2:45pm Comments
This is a golden age for motivated self-learners, given the availability of open educational resources - from MIT's OpenCourseWare, Wikipedia, Wikiversity, and YouTube EDU to the Khan Academy and Apple's iTunes U, together with every possible...
Case Study: Co-Learning in Global Online Courses Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold 07/22/2011 - 2:45pm Comments
This is a golden age for motivated self-learners, given the availability of open educational resources - from MIT's OpenCourseWare, Wikipedia, Wikiversity, and YouTube EDU to the Khan Academy and Apple's iTunes U, together with every possible...
Case Study: Co-Learning in Global Online Courses Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold 07/22/2011 - 2:45pm Comments
This is a golden age for motivated self-learners, given the availability of open educational resources - from MIT's OpenCourseWare, Wikipedia, Wikiversity, and YouTube EDU to the Khan Academy and Apple's iTunes U, together with every possible...
Case Study: Co-Learning in Global Online Courses Blog Image
Liz Losh  Profile Picture
By Liz Losh 07/28/2011 - 3:20pm Comments
Although “digital literacy” is often a phrase associated with programs that have utopian pedagogical visions, it also can become a term attached to rigid curricular requirements, standardized testing, and models of education that stigmatize...
Digital Fluency: Empowering All Students Blog Image
Liz Losh  Profile Picture
By Liz Losh 07/28/2011 - 3:20pm Comments
Although “digital literacy” is often a phrase associated with programs that have utopian pedagogical visions, it also can become a term attached to rigid curricular requirements, standardized testing, and models of education that stigmatize...
Digital Fluency: Empowering All Students Blog Image
Liz Losh  Profile Picture
By Liz Losh 07/28/2011 - 3:20pm Comments
Although “digital literacy” is often a phrase associated with programs that have utopian pedagogical visions, it also can become a term attached to rigid curricular requirements, standardized testing, and models of education that stigmatize...
Digital Fluency: Empowering All Students Blog Image
Liz Losh  Profile Picture
By Liz Losh 07/28/2011 - 3:20pm Comments
Although “digital literacy” is often a phrase associated with programs that have utopian pedagogical visions, it also can become a term attached to rigid curricular requirements, standardized testing, and models of education that stigmatize...
Digital Fluency: Empowering All Students Blog Image
Liz Losh  Profile Picture
By Liz Losh 07/28/2011 - 3:20pm Comments
Although “digital literacy” is often a phrase associated with programs that have utopian pedagogical visions, it also can become a term attached to rigid curricular requirements, standardized testing, and models of education that stigmatize...
Digital Fluency: Empowering All Students Blog Image
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By monika hardy 08/01/2011 - 12:15pm Comments
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. This insight from Anne Frank is evidenced today all across the world in education and many other domains. People are doing amazing things. Start ups...
Wanted: Radical Collaborations to Re-enchant Education Blog Image
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By monika hardy 08/01/2011 - 12:15pm Comments
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. This insight from Anne Frank is evidenced today all across the world in education and many other domains. People are doing amazing things. Start ups...
Wanted: Radical Collaborations to Re-enchant Education Blog Image