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Awesome graphic on 20th VS 21st Century Education

Awesome graphic on 20th VS 21st Century Education | Fashion & Textile Buying Management | Scoop.it

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Immersed participation and collaboration

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Ana Cristina Pratas's comment, April 17, 2013 6:10 AM
Very true Joy; I would also add that with the spread and use of the web, teachers are able to access information more easily today. Tools may differ but approaches may share common features.
Marie Schoeman's curator insight, April 18, 2013 11:28 AM

An education system that is not cogniscent of these dynamic changes, will not be able to take a country successfully into the modern knowledge economy.

Marie Schoeman's comment, April 18, 2013 11:31 AM
And teachers still need to have a wealth of subject knowledge to be successful as mentors and curators.

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The Teacher's Guides To Technology And Learning - Edudemic

The Teacher's Guides To Technology And Learning - Edudemic | Fashion & Textile Buying Management | Scoop.it
We've gone through hundreds of resources to assemble these guides which are meant to help you learn, teach, and share as much as possible.

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Jo Conlon's comment, May 20, 2013 1:55 PM
Thanks Elizabeth - just set up a pintrest account. I was enjoying quotes, craft etc - looking forward to a moment with this.
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Awesome graphic on 20th VS 21st Century Education

Awesome graphic on 20th VS 21st Century Education | Fashion & Textile Buying Management | Scoop.it

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
Jo Conlon's insight:

Immersed participation and collaboration

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Ana Cristina Pratas's comment, April 17, 2013 6:10 AM
Very true Joy; I would also add that with the spread and use of the web, teachers are able to access information more easily today. Tools may differ but approaches may share common features.
Marie Schoeman's curator insight, April 18, 2013 11:28 AM

An education system that is not cogniscent of these dynamic changes, will not be able to take a country successfully into the modern knowledge economy.

Marie Schoeman's comment, April 18, 2013 11:31 AM
And teachers still need to have a wealth of subject knowledge to be successful as mentors and curators.
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Duct Tape, Empathy, and Radical Collaboration: A Tool Kit for Changing the World | Stanford Graduate School of Business

Duct Tape, Empathy, and Radical Collaboration: A Tool Kit for Changing the World | Stanford Graduate School of Business | Fashion & Textile Buying Management | Scoop.it
A class brings together students from across Stanford to create and build products for some of the world's poorest people.

 

Over the last decade, 325 Stanford students have participated in Design for Extreme Affordability, a five-month-long course in which the students learn to design, prototype, and build products for some of the world's poorest people. The students have worked together in teams, traveled to 14 countries and worked on 80 projects in collaboration with 22 global partners. Among the many success stories:

 

That word: empathy.

Gorodsky: It’s empathy for the human factor — empathy for yourself, for example. For me, coming into this work and getting to work with a remarkable team, I frequently feel humble. I’ve experienced more doubt, more uncertainty — all the things that students talk about. In getting together and working with this team: “I don’t know what he knows. I don’t know what she knows.” And you get through that. And you break through that because you’re really working collaboratively. That goes on with the students.

How do you have empathy for someone you’ve never met and have no experience of in the developing world?

 


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Learning Theory - What are the established lear...

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This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Learning Theory, zone of proximal development The area of capabilities that learners can exhibit with support from a teacher., Montessori constructivism, Lave & Wenger...

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Donald Clark Plan B: #MOOCs: taxonomy of 8 types of MOOC

Donald Clark Plan B: #MOOCs: taxonomy of 8 types of MOOC | Fashion & Textile Buying Management | Scoop.it

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What are MOOCs?

The future is already here, it’s just not very evenly distributed” said William Gibson, that is certainly true of MOOCs. We have MOOC mania but ‘all MOOCs are not created equal’ and there’s lots of species of MOOC. This is good and we must learn from these experiments to move forward and not get bogged down in old traditionalist v modernist arguments. MOOCs will inform and shape what we do within and without institutions. What is important is to focus on the real needs of real learners.
Taxonomy based on pedagogy
To this end, it is important to define a taxonomy of MOOCs not from the institutional but the pedagogic perspective, by their learning functionality, not by their origins. So here's a starting list of eight:
transferMOOCs
madeMOOCs
synchMOOCs
asynchMOOCs
adaptiveMOOCs
groupMOOCs
connectivistMOOCS
miniMOOCSs

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50 Higher Education Technology Infographics We ...

50 Higher Education Technology Infographics We ... | Fashion & Textile Buying Management | Scoop.it
A visual snapshot of education technology used by students, professors, universities and IT departments this year.
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Infographics - see I didn't make it up!

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