Learning with 'e's

It resonated, with many people sharing and liking the update (itself a measure of interest in the social media age). We can literally have a live conversation with anyone who has a social media account, if we and they are willing to spend some time doing so.

The Missing Literacies – Networking to Learn #iste2015

There is no box

Enter Twitter and the rise of social media. These groups (or Personal Learning Networks) allow for just in time information requests, asynchronous collaboration and archived knowledge bases. If we do not teach children how to build online networks to access learning resources, then we are failing to empower them as learners. The Missing Literacies – Networking to Learn. Kids sitting in rows of desk. Silent classrooms. Individual worksheets.

An article and a powerful conversation: two updates on code name FOEcast

Bryan Alexander

Through a variety of mediasocial media, movies. A digital knowledge base of aggregated media to stay ahead. Multiple ways of access would be great – i.e., email, wiki, web (both push and pull technologies). Research-based evidence.

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Teaching: Have you found your life’s work?

Fractus Learning

My ‘personal’ and ‘work’ lives are no longer separate, some of my closest friends are those who I have found through educational networking and social media.