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Punk learning

Learning with 'e's

Punk learning (some would call it Edupunk ) reflects that seventies music ethos. For some time, educators have been subverting established methods and turning their backs on institutional tools and technologies such as the managed learning environment (also known as LMS or VLE).


A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 10 Edition)

Doug Levin

Ever wonder how stories promoted by ‘thought leaders’ on social media get selected? Tagged on: March 10, 2017 Frederick County Public Schools using social media in the classroom | → Frederick County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Theresa Alban says that she's considering incorporating social media into the classroom. " Hopefully, not shades of future conversations about learning analytics.

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Online Education (The Once and Future “MOOC”). Headline changed from “ Coursera ’s Update Will Eliminate Hundreds of Courses” to “Coursera’s Update Will Migrate Hundreds of Courses to a New Platform.” ” Coursera, initially only emailing former students about their old course work, decided finally to blog about its platform change. Who owns your data – whether it’s social media or school-related?

Notes from Leadership for the Digital Age with Alan November - Day 2


Notes from the Discussion We no longer have to go to school if we want to learn. Coursera is another option for higher ed MOOCS. More info on Harvard online degree programs and certificates. Part of function of library will be to become an online learning center.

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If you’re going to talk about the importance of digital literacy or information literacy or media literacy or what have you, then you best practice it. “ From the article that ”innovative teaching practice" appears to be project-based learning. ” Via The New York Times : “ Kremlin Cash Behind Billionaire’s Twitter and Facebook Investments.” ” “Whatever happened to the promise of online learning ?”

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That’s Betsy DeVos , of course, and Social Finance a.k.a. Learning theorist Roger Schank says “OECD should be ashamed; PISA scores announced; doing more damage.” ” Education professor Yong Zhao has several blog posts on the results of PISA and TIMSS and what we can (and can’t) learn from them. ” Via Edsurge : “ Online Learning Consortium Releases New Scorecards to Evaluate Digital Classes.”