People keep asking me this question. They think it’s a dodgy pyramid investment scheme. For some it is the future of everything, for others its passing tech fad.
Category: Digital Education in the News
It’s true in education too, if you want to know what’s really happening you must follow the money.
New book from definitive thinker of Digital Education Steve Wheeler is one of the best thinkers and explainers of Digital Education principles and opportunities I have met.
Michael Jordon (another one) https://medium.com/@mijordan3 suggests Intelligent Infrastructures, or more real and currently important than AI.
Clark Quinn makes a great point, best practice cases are about what is good for them. Like much of the quality circle /TQM movement approach it can be a race to mediocre. This especially true in Learning and Development practice.
The latest AlphaBeta report commissioned by Google discusses the future of learning in Australia.
Steve Wheeler @SteveWheeler always impresses for his clear thinking. This recent but seminal article lays the groundwork for modern constructivism.
eCornell CEO Paul Krause talks about course designers finding ways to embed high levels of peer-to-peer interaction and incorporate course examples that are timely and relevant to students, even within online modules.
There is a buzz among some of the EdTech community about this initiative. What is fascinating is that Sony is behind it.
The rankings are out and the differences between the states in the Digital Inclusion index is not great surprise.