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What you reflect upon and write about you remember. This is the purpose of this blog - a way of putting thoughts and ideas - insights perhaps - into the digisphere for me to learn and others to read and comment. [HTML] [XML] Last Updated: 2012-02-24T15:18:08.649-0

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Bonk vs Anderson Interaction Compared
George, EdTech - Insights, May 17, 2012
Dr Curtis Bonk's Week 3 session on #bonkopen was titled "50 Hyper-Engaging Ideas: Critical, Creative, Cooperative". Using the unique Bonk presentation style, he rattled through many useful ideas grouped, roughly, into developing critical thinking, creativity and cooperation. This was the same week as the #change11 MOOC on Interaction Equivalency with Terry Anderson and I have written my notes on this in my previous post. It was interesting to compare these two live sessions - Bonk'... 2012-05-17T16:31:00.002-06:00 [Comment]

Anderson finishing us off with Interaction
George, EdTech - Insights, May 17, 2012
Week 36 on #change11 and the end of a great journey. Will write about the MOOC separately but wanted to record my notes for Terry Anderson's excellent live session. You can slice up how we look at learning and teaching in many ways. The concept of Interaction considers the process by viewing the interactions that exist between the three possible "players": the learner, the teacher and the content. Moore described this in 1989 and this diagram shows the possible interactions: (... 2012-05-17T12:34:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

R2D2 - a good Bonk re-think before transferring courses online
George, EdTech - Insights, May 10, 2012
The polls were well underway by the time of the official start of Curtis Bonk's second live session on #bonkopen. Again, this was a good way of getting involvement from 275 participants (later 324 or so), with a chorus of bonk-prattle where Dr Bonk picked out individuals, perhaps mentioning their country and their response, in an endless stream of connection. Although there were repeated reminders, many continued to place their response on the chat stream, with the effect that ... 2012-05-10T16:55:00.002-06:00 [Comment]

Framework for Flipping
George, EdTech - Insights, May 07, 2012
Flipped classes have been around for some time (2001 is the earliest that I can find references to). The latest trend (craze?) can be attributed to several events including the establishing of the Khan Academy. The question that should be asked, of course, is - will flipping classes improve learning? Flipteaching has produced a theoretical framework called "Explore-Flip-Apply" for use in the context of inquiry. It is based on the Karplus (1977) learning cycle of: explorationconcept ... 2012-05-07T11:32:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

The Bonk Show: "drinking from a firehose"
George, EdTech - Insights, May 03, 2012
"This is like drinking from a firehouse, I am overwhelmed!" This was one of thousands of comments that flew up the chat window as nearly 500 participants in the #bonkopen first session communicated. It was impossible to keep up with this speed-scroll and take in Dr Bonk's energetic and hyperactive presentation. But it engaged me. The first week's theme was the TEC-VARIETY model for online learning and teaching. Summarised it is this: TONE - climate, belongingENCOURAGEMENT - ... 2012-05-03T10:44:00.002-06:00 [Comment]

Voice of reason - an excellent video on how we should move forward in schools.
George, EdTech - Insights, Apr 25, 2012
Alisa Acosta's video brings together the current educational gurus in a way that makes sense. It is really worth the 19 minutes to view this. Why are kids in school in the first place? Great question. Why (and how) are kids learning? Even better questions. "It's a hard problem, no one should expect quick results". Thanks Alisa. #change11 2012-04-25T16:02:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Freire and Digital Teaching/Learning Resources
George, EdTech - Insights, Apr 24, 2012
Freire's model of learning as an "act of knowing" seems to suit an age gone by. In a previous post I explained this model from the late eighties and asked whether this pre digital technology model was sound, whether it still applied. I also had a go at adapting it to fit a connectivist model in the last post - it felt somewhat trivial but it seemed to fit. I used the idea of an autonomous learner and the idea of "advanced systematised knowing", allowing learners to interact, to ... 2012-04-24T16:04:00.002-06:00 [Comment]

Connectivism explained by Freire?
George, EdTech - Insights, Apr 21, 2012
Paolo Friere's defined learning as an "act of knowing". The interaction used was between a teacher with his/her maximally systematised knowing and a learner, with minimally systematised learning. Could we relate this model to two adult learners? To adult learners who, whilst not expert, were in charge of their own learning and so to some extent autonomous? Interacting (dialoguing) with other autonomous learners could increase the systematisation of the learning, thus achieving learning ... 2012-04-21T12:27:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Perspectives on Teaching, the Learner and the Learning Process
George, EdTech - Insights, Apr 19, 2012
Whenever I write and talk about education I have always been cautious about using the word "teaching" without appending the word "learning" - normally describing it as "teaching/learning". I can trace this caution to my teacher training days, when the dominant paradigm was based on Piaget's ideas of development. A teacher does not teach but causes learning to occur. Of course, I knew that I was teaching (and students might be learning), and yet my training caused me to minimise the ... 2012-04-19T12:12:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Teaching is changing - but how and what model is correct?
George, EdTech - Insights, Apr 18, 2012
Week 32 of the #change11 MOOC and we are looking into teaching as a Design Science. Diana Laurillard's paper on "Digital Support for Teaching as a Design Science" has four propositions to make: Fundamental nature of the learning process in formal education will not change much but the means by which we do it will.Digital technologies have much to offer but are badly exploited.Teachers need to create the pedagogy and share it.Digital support needed by teachers includes:ontology ... 2012-04-18T14:50:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Andy Hargreaves setting the scene at ECIS Vienna Leadership Conference
George, EdTech - Insights, Apr 13, 2012
With the overall theme of "Forming the Future" the ECIS Leadership conference gets underway in Vienna. Andy Hargreaves had the job of getting us thinking on this theme and, in my opinion, did an excellent job. Professor of Education at the Lynch School of Education, Boston College, he has just written a book with Michael Fullan on "Professional Capital". Here are my notes from the talk. He spoke on three themes: What is the next practice (as opposed to just "best" practice).The ... 2012-04-13T05:08:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Zen of Teaching - Clarifying the Myths Around Teaching, Learning and Technology
George, EdTech - Insights, Mar 28, 2012
Today's #change11 session was presented by Antonio Vantaggiato, Universidad del Sagrado Corazon, San Juan, Puerto Rico. His complete presentation, with videos, is here. In listing and discussing the myths around teaching, learning and technology, Vantaggiato hopes to clarify the issues - since "such myths tend to confuse teachers, researchers and students." This aim was achieved for me, the discussion of each myth helped me clarify in my mind the issues. Fundamentally, shortcomings ... 2012-03-28T14:54:00.002-06:00 [Comment]

Stephen Downes on Knowledge
George, EdTech - Insights, Mar 01, 2012
This week's #change11 subject was "Knowledge" and from Stephen Downes himself. His preparation piece (Knowledge, Learning and Community) took us from the traditional model of knowledge (propositional or representative) towards building a model which is about the state of organisation of the neurons of the brain and our of bodies that results after our interactions with the world. This same definition was linked to how knowledge resides in the state of organisation in communities, and ... 2012-03-01T15:43:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Flipping classrooms - why and why it has to be the teacher that does it
George, EdTech - Insights, Feb 06, 2012
The Flipped Classroom idea - where the presentation is videoed by the teacher and seen by the student for homework prior to the lesson, and the actual lesson is used to provide one-on-one and one-on-several help - seems to have real merit. Traditional approaches make differentiation difficult but flipping could allow the student to self-differentiate at the presentation stage. Since the student has control over viewing the video, s/he can self-pace. Later, in the classroom, the time can be ... 2012-02-06T15:19:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

View over the walled garden - 21st Century Universities
George, EdTech - Insights, Jan 12, 2012
A very informative session in yesterday's #change11 MOOC where Jillianne Code and Valerie Irvine gave their views on the subject of the 21st Century University, using their university. They are Educational Technology professors and Co-Directors of the Technology Integration and Evaluation (TIE) Research Lab at the University of Victoria. Clearly a time of change - issues facing brick and mortar universities diminishing funds, cutbacksdecreasing 18-22 demographicincrease in colleges ... 2012-01-12T05:55:00.002-06:00 [Comment]

Consequence of change in learning - teachers have to give up power
George, EdTech - Insights, Jan 06, 2012
Listening to Howard Rheingold at the questions session on #change11 MOOC brought home to me how reliant we are as teachers on control. Control of the learning environment, control of what is taught, control of what is assessed, control of the learner. Some of this is inevitable. But if we are to go towards open processes, then some of it we have to replace. Rheingold had three relevant statements on the subject: He tells his students that "absorbing all is not the goal but making sense of ... 2012-01-06T17:31:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

"Chance favours the connected mind"
George, EdTech - Insights, Jan 04, 2012
Looking around for resources to explain our Open Learning initiative in school, I came across Steven Johnson's video describing his book "Where Good Ideas Come From - the Natural History of Innovation". He ended with the comment that "chance favours the connected mind" - and his presentation illustrates the way that new ideas are generated (basically mash-ups of own and other ideas put together over time, discarded and improved). In a time of multiple (too many?) connection channels, ... 2012-01-04T12:35:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Attention probes caught my attention
George, EdTech - Insights, Jan 03, 2012
In Howard Rheingold's #change11 session today, Attention was the first Net Smart literacy covered. And well placed at number 1 it is. As we went through the session, some of his pointers made sense and helped me make better use of the Collaborate session. His point was about multitasking (and I suppose attention-wandering). He described having "attention probes" in a class or lecture situation - devices to ensure that attention is where it should be - for achieving concentration, ... 2012-01-03T16:28:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Net Smart for both personal empowerment AND shaping digital culture
George, EdTech - Insights, Jan 03, 2012
With over 50 participants, #change11 MOOC started 2012 well with an excellent session with Howard Rheingold. His work on Net Smart is well described and his new book "Net Smart - How to Thrive Online" pulls all this work together. We were treated to an overview and some insights which convinced me that seeking only digital literacy is insufficient - we should be having our students (and teachers) be Net Smart. This would enable not just personal empowerment, an important Rheingold point, ... 2012-01-03T16:04:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Setting the scene for Authentic Learning
George, EdTech - Insights, Dec 13, 2011
Jan Herrington's Authentic Learning is the subject of this week's #change11 MOOC. She sets the scene really well with a set of nine videos, breaking down the process into steps: Authentic contextAuthentic activityExpert performancesMultiple perspectivesCollaborationReflectionArticulationCoaching and scaffoldingAuthentic assessment This approach is not limited to university level work so it is great for the preparation that we are doing as a school to consider "open ... 2011-12-13T12:38:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Falling at the first hurdle - ubiquitous sage on the side not for me
George, EdTech - Insights, Dec 09, 2011
This week's topic on Slow Learning for the #change11 MOOC had me fall at the first hurdle. Clark Quinn's introductory post asked the following question: "What would my ideal learning situation be?" He replied by saying it would be having a personal learning mentor with him, prompting support at the right moment and developing him slowly over time. He thus develops the concept of an automatic "sage on the side" to prompt, guide and thus produce learning. Listening to the subsequent ... 2011-12-09T16:17:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Teacher-tech use for learning - Part 2
George, EdTech - Insights, Dec 05, 2011
In the previous post on the Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) from the Florida Center for Instructional Technology, I asked if it could be incorporated as a model for evaluating technology use by teachers. Clearly this was the intention of the matrix and, since it had exemplar material for each of the intersections, it could also be a guide as to how to move up to higher levels of technology integration. It has proved difficult to use the categories as they are. Firstly, the ... 2011-12-05T15:22:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Simulations - design features take-aways
George, EdTech - Insights, Dec 02, 2011
Clark Aldrich's final session on the design of simulations again provided interesting ideas which resonated. An obvious expert in the games and simulations area, Aldrich reeled off statistics, concepts and pitfalls from his area. Again, I found good ideas and terms that I can take away from simulation design which can be applied in school learning. One was the idea of skill cones - as a player progresses through the simulation, skill cones can be used to see how s/he is introduced into ... 2011-12-02T12:58:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Opening up sim creation - Clark Aldrich tells us how he does it.
George, EdTech - Insights, Nov 30, 2011
Today's #change11 MOOC session on building simulations was fascinating - hearing simulations designer Clark Aldrich tell us how simulations are created and designed. I should not be suprised that the process mirrored the design of learning, but it was refreshing to see these principles being expressed in novel ways. Aldrich started by stating that the goal of education is individualistic - with the intention to build competence and build conviction, through participation and practice, ... 2011-11-30T13:48:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Attempting some structure for #change11 - some harder technology
George, EdTech - Insights, Nov 29, 2011
The change11 MOOC site is well designed thanks to Stephen Downes and serves as the nerve centre for this fast-paced gallop through all things change in learning. I am trying out symbaloo as a dashboard for all things connected with this MOOC - if it works for you please feel free to add and adjust! 2011-11-29T11:34:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Introspective look at MOOCs - too soft a technology?
George, EdTech - Insights, Nov 25, 2011
Today's #change11 MOOC live session allowed us to hear from Jon Dron and his area of expertise - technologies. After a discussion on constraints, the conversation focused on the pedagogy of MOOCs. Activity in this MOOC has cooled, even though the topic under discussion generates interest and is a meta-concept that allows us to consider assemblies of technology, so it is of interest to educators (pedagogy is a technology), or should be. It seems that the drop-off is par for the course. ... 2011-11-25T15:06:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Dynamic Views in Blogger - giving the user the views they want?
George, EdTech - Insights, Nov 25, 2011
Tried the Dynamic Views template for this blog for the past few days. It certainly is attractive and the user is able to select different views - views that allow for easy browsing, looking at the media/pictures, by timeline, etc. The viewer is in control. However, I lost the ability to customise it. I could not change any of the features. I do not have the html programming ability to change or add features. Visitors could not sign up for posts nor customise it beyond the several views that ... 2011-11-25T14:21:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Dron's balance between hard and soft technologies - seeking the Goldilocks moment
George, EdTech - Insights, Nov 23, 2011
Jon Dron presented a very informative session in Week 11's #change11 MOOC. Titled "Soft stuff, hard stuff and invisible elephants", Dron described the following: the meaning of technology the inclusion of pedagogies as technologiesSOFT and HARD technologiesgetting the right balance between themhow to move from soft to hard and vice versaand the elephant in the room - "it ain't just what you do, it's the way that you do it. A bad technology, used well, can work ... 2011-11-23T13:38:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Teacher - Tech Use for Learning - Matrix
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 20, 2011
The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) from the Florida Center for Instructional Technology offers both a way of categorising teacher use of technology to enhance learning, and also a plan for developing teacher learning and technology for learning integration. On the horizontal axis are the levels of technology integration in the curriculum, stated in teacher actions, with the increasing levels Entry, Adoption, Adaption, Infusion, and Transformation. On the vertical axis are the ... 2011-11-20T08:32:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Erik in Abundance
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 18, 2011
It has been really instructive learning about how Erik Duval teaches. This week's MOOC #change11 subject, Learning in a Time of Abundance, has allowed us to see into a practitioner's teaching environment (classroom, lecture hall, virtual space, not sure what to call it). Duval has organised teaching (note that I am using this term even though what he has really organised is his students learning approaches) to minimize the direct teaching for memorising current knowledge and ... 2011-11-18T14:42:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Late into Learning in a time of abundance - Erik Duval
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 17, 2011
(from archive.org Erik Duval) #globaled11 drew me away from the MOOC #change11 this week, but I'm back! So late into making sense of this week's topic - Learning in a time of abundance by Erik Duval. Duval said three things are different now: ConnectednessOpenness Always onThese make it appropriate to look for a different approach to learning and teaching. Implications for learning:There will be differences inWHAT we learnThings keep evolving so rapidly ... 2011-11-17T12:50:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Models - usefulness and otherwise
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 10, 2011
Well, my last piece on Rhizomatic Learning. In today's #change11 MOOC live session a series of questions allowed Dave Cormier to expand on the ideas and again it was an interesting hour. At one point Stephen Downes started to sketch to explain traditional learning and rhizomatic learning (it was me typing in the labels - it may not have been exactly what Stephen meant). All of a sudden it started to make sense, the idea that nothing new is created with traditional transmition of ... 2011-11-10T16:46:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Metaphors that don't work for me - Social Artists, Rhizomes, Nomads
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 09, 2011
We are categorisers. It is how our brains work. We can't help placing labels on concepts and this helps us refer to huge ideas in a simple way. We use metaphors as particularly apt labels. The mind-ideas generated by the metaphor helps us remember and work with the concepts. I have found both the Social Artist metaphor and now the Rhizomatic Learning (including Workers, Soldiers and Nomads) particularly difficult to work with. Dave Cormier's facilitation on #change11 MOOC's ... 2011-11-09T09:29:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Time for a Learning Revolution
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 06, 2011
It takes a 16 year old to say it so clearly: Policy-wise, we need a national curriculum, based on lean standards, so that teachers have the full autonomy to shape and mold the curriculum. Nikhil Goyal writes about project based learning in the Huffington Post under the title "It's Time for a Learning Revolution". I propose that we institute a 21st century model of education, rooted in 21st century learning skills and creativity, imagination, discovery, and project-based learning.&... 2011-11-05T18:50:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Social Artist doubts - process and "feel-good"
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Nov 05, 2011
This week's MOOC #change11 has not held my interest. Without doubt, Nancy White is a charismatic facilitator, using graphical tools to have participants express themselves and develop a particular view. I think this approach (using such graphical tools) is excellent for the participants. I learned long ago that my wonderfully produced mathematical notes were excellent - for me. The iterrative process of producing these and improving them was valuable to me, the writer. My students ... 2011-11-05T11:00:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Platform hinderance to universal OER use
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 29, 2011
No Flash on the Apple i-Pad and no Java on Google's Chromebook is a problem when producing and using Open Educational Resources (OER). I had prepared a Screencast-o-matic video for a virtual lesson to find that this did not work on my Chromebook. As part of the same course, I used some Flash-driven fractal modeling sites - this does not work on the i-Pad. These issues are not just to do with these two machines since the same compatibility problems are faced with different mobiles, but ... 2011-10-29T06:56:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

OERu will legitimise open educational resources and practices
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 28, 2011
The Friday session of the #change11 MOOC on Open Educational Resources (OER) and Practices (OEP) was useful to learn about the OERu, its logic model and its plans. Its aims are: OERu (Directed by the core principles of engagement the OER university collaboration:) Will design and implement a parallel learning universe to provide free learning opportunities for all students worldwide with pathways to earn credible post-secondary credentials. Offer courses and programs based solely ... 2011-10-28T15:53:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

OER week more about university structure than OERs
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 27, 2011
"A key Question for the discussions will be: What is the role of OER in supporting not only informal learning but also change in educational systems?". Rory McGreal's presentation on the #change11 MOOC session on Tuesday was more orientated towards how universities should structure themselves so as to deal with openness than Open Educational Resources in informal learning. He was describing this in terms of his work as Canadian UNESCO/Commonwealth of Learning Chair in OER and I got a ... 2011-10-27T12:16:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Tech Professional Development in Schools - a model
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 25, 2011
(#change11) Following on from last week's MOOC discussion on Managing Technology and my post on "Have a process/structure but don't kill the innovation", I have been talking (yes! F2F) with our team and looking at a process for technological professional development for schools. Thanks Jennifer for Diigo-ing Mark Brumley's April 2011 post on a "New Paradigm for Professional Development - Part 2", which I have mashed up into something that might work for us and our "Technology ... 2011-10-25T11:15:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Have a process/structure but don't kill the innovation.
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 23, 2011
(#change11) Tony Bates facilitated a good discussion on the MOOC Change11 session: "Managing Technology to Transform Teaching" (not sure why not "...to Transform Learning"). He sought to involve the participants in his questions, so it seemed much more interactive than usual. He asked two questions which seemed remote from the immediate discussion (do institutions need to change and should this be done from within or outside) and went on to describe the findings from the book he has written ... 2011-10-23T11:19:00.003-06:00 [Comment]

Whole, Deep Learning from a Hole in the Wall?
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 13, 2011
(#change11, #ibheads) Sugata Mitra is well known for placing computers in "holes in the wall", ATM style. He has given the opening inspirational speech at the International Baccalaureate Heads Conference in Singapore. Professor of Educational Technology at Newcastle University and also at Media Lab, MIT, he certainly entertained us all with a great talk. He asked a question which is at the heart of the Change11 MOOC - what will the world look like in 50 years time? He did this by going ... 2011-10-13T07:44:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Wiley on Digital Learning Objects - the reusability paradox
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 11, 2011
Back in 2009 I thought that Digital Learning Objects (DLO) would be the way forward. The idea of taking bits of excellent learning and reusing them in different learning tasks seemed attractive. David Wiley described DLOs as: A digital learning object is "any digital resource that can be reused to support learning......Additionally, learning objects are generally understood to be digital entities deliverable over the Internet, meaning that any number of people can access and use them ... 2011-10-10T18:39:00.004-06:00 [Comment]

Collective Learning Explained
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 09, 2011
(#change11) This is Allison Littlejohn's presentation on Collective Learning, described in terms of her research of the use of this in an international company (with colleagues). This was not a topic that I initially had much interest in, but the MOOC has really thrown light on something I would not otherwise had considered. The model that Littlejohn describes (see previous post Tools for Collective Learning) shows that this is a discipline in development and she provides a credible ... 2011-10-08T17:50:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Tools for Collective Learning
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 04, 2011
(#change11) How does individual learning interact with collective learning? What tools are used by the individual to make sense of the learning, to make the learning collaborative, perhaps to make the learning collective? This interactive diagram by Samantha Penney using Bloom's Taxonomy is a great aide-memoire of the digital tools available at each part of the hierarchy.Notes from recorded conversation between Allison Littlejohn and Lou McGill. Social objects being ... 2011-10-04T09:20:00.001-06:00 [Comment]

Convergence of digital, networked and open - the digital scholarship of Teaching
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Oct 01, 2011
(#change11) Notes and comments from reading Martin Weller's Chapter 8 (A Pedagogy of Abundance - The Digital Scholar: How Technology is Transforming Scholarly Practice, Bloomsbury Academic). This is the most exciting area as far as K-12 schools are concerned. In this chapter Weller considers how the music industry is facing the transition from an economics of scarcity (talent is scarce, difficult to locate, content is a physical thing and is manufactured to demand) to an economics of ... 2011-10-01T09:02:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Power of Video
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Sept 30, 2011
Had two "learning" tasks yesterday and it was interesting to compare them. Firstly, I had registered on the webinar "Delivering Your Message Online with the Power of Video and the Ease of EduVision", which was due live at mid-day Central American time. I waited and waited, with the window for GoToMeeting stating "waiting for organizer". I Skyped the telephone number directly in case there were internet problems but got the recorded voice telling me that the webinar will start shortly. ... 2011-09-30T08:34:00.000-06:00 [Comment]

Digital Scholarship - the coming of age of open sources and resources #change11
George, Educational Technology - Insights, Sept 29, 2011
(My notes from Week 3 of the Change11 MOOC) Martin Weller's talk on Change11 defined the four areas of digital scholarship that he considers in his book: DiscoveryIntegrationApplicationTeaching(as the Boyer view of scholarship). He concentrates on one ( Discovery/Research ) in this Change11 presentation, very much geared to university level, of course. Nevertheless there is much that applies to all learning/teaching and to schools as well. In his book (The Digital Scholar: How ... 2011-09-29T16:28:00.000-06:00 [Comment]


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