Read the interesting post from Gardner Campbell here: http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/?p=2239&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=understanding-and-learning-outcomes Yet something is deeply amiss, in my view. As we seek to perfect the language and institutionalization of a culture of “learning outcomes,” it seems we are necessarily moving toward a… Read More ›
Something to get the taste of that last post off my tongue.
I’ve posted about attention before, albeit as one component of a larger video discussion on 21st century literacies by Howard Rheingold: http://techteachlearn.wordpress.com/2009/07/20/howard-rheingolds-vlog/. Rheingold considers attention to be an essential social media literacy that we must develop and nurture. Read Rheingold’s… Read More ›
Can you use technology this well to ignite your students? Well, it certainly is inspiring, and it shows that visuals really can illuminate ideas. It is a mashup of technologies, including even PowerPoint, but not gratuitous technologies added just to… Read More ›