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Austrslian re-invents light-bulb

Austrslian re-invents light-bulb | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

I know it has nothing to do with pedagogy or education technology although it's still about technology. But just fascinated with this article, how we usually say "don't reinvent the wheel", maybe we should inspire students to critically look at existing inventions and reinvent them with whattech knowledge and technology available at their disposal.

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Digital Curation & The Cloud (JISC Final Report)

JISC Final Report on Digital Curation and the Cloud

 

 


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Twitter as a Metacognitive Support Device

Twitter as a Metacognitive Support Device | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

by Alan Reid : Learning Solutions Magazine

 

after my other scoop that argued we have to be discriminate in adopting social media for our learning/teching; this article argue for one of them, twitter. a recent observation by the author classify various learning affordances twitter can offer. see if they resonate with your experience.


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MOOCs will mean the death of universities? Not likely

MOOCs will mean the death of universities? Not likely | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

"For most tertiary students, MOOCs will simply be one part of the university learning experience. They will not supersede on-campus classes for the same reason that telecommuting has not made the office redundant."

 

the real question is what learning activities would MOOCs able to support? MOOCs simply as  content probably not much, but MOOCs (supercharged with Web.2) as a learning platform can throw a big punch on the uniqueness of traditional learning. read the other scoop about MOOCs as desruptive technology.


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Innovating Pedagogy | Open University Innovations Report

Innovating Pedagogy | Open University Innovations Report | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

"The series of reports explores new forms of teaching, learning and assessment for an interactive world, to guide teachers and policy makers in productive innovation.

The first report proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education."

These 10 innovations include:

* Assessment for learning

* Badges to accredit learning

* Learning analytics

* MOOCs

* New pedagogy for e-books

* Personal inquiry learning

* Publisher led mini-courses

* Rebirth of academic publishing

* Rhizomatic learning

* Seamless learning


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Differences between game based learning and educational games

Differences between game based learning and educational games | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it
Games Based Learning is then much more than using an educational game to teach a subject. It's an approach to allowing the ebb and flow of play to fuel imagination.
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Are kids really motivated by technology?

Basically what I’m arguing is that finding ways to motivate students in our classrooms shouldn’t start with conversations about technology. Instead, it should start with conversations about our kids. What are they deeply moved by? What are they most interested in? What would surprise them? Challenge them? Leave them wondering? Once you have the answers to these questions — only after you have the answers to these questions — are you ready to make choices about the kinds of digital tools that are worth embracing.
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Think different

Think different | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Mr Christensen and his colleagues list five habits of mind that characterise disruptive innovators: associating, questioning, observing, networking and experimenting; achievable through broadening your experience, developing talent for observation, and asking how things can be done differently, networking for ideas, and experiment.

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Employability Skills Assessment Tool Development

As employability skills are crucial in outcome-based education, the main goal of this research is to develop an Employability Skill Assessment Tool to help students and lecturers produce competent graduates in employability skills needed by the industry.
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Instructional Technology: Learning to Do New Things in New Ways: Reflection: Strengths and Weaknesses

interesting reflection about educational technology in Higher Education and the role of librarian as a profession in it.

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Supporting the Social Workplace Learning Continuum | Learning in the Social Workplace

Supporting the Social Workplace Learning Continuum | Learning in the Social Workplace | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

it is difficult for a lot of organisations to support informal and social learning in their organisations, because they are unable to jump the two mindset hurdles ... 

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Open Badges Working Paper | MozillaWiki

Exploring an open badge ecosystem to support skill development and lifelong learning for real results such as jobs and advancement

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2011 Research Findings Report into Game Based Learning in Victoria, Australia

2011 Research Findings Report into Game Based Learning in Victoria, Australia | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

2011 Research Findings Report - Technology and Innovation Research - Innovating with Technology - Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

 

“the classrooms were changing towards ‘a community of inquiry and collaboration’”, excites me. There would be great implication to the pedagogical approach to teaching as well as to the practice of the teaching profession.


But somehow one of the finding which said “When asked to list the ‘worst things’ about using technology, many of the students did not respond. And some responded with a ‘nothing’.” worries me a bit, hmm ..… what’s in store for the future of our kids?


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Finland: the real education revolution

Finland: the real education revolution | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Broadcasted:Sunday 2 September 2012 12:05PM

ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

 

emphasises the professional practice of education professionals, both educators and administrators.

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MOOC paradigm disrupts normal higher education

"Open access knowledge. knowledge is a ‘public good’. non-rivalrous and non-excludable."

 

When it comes to lesson content MOOCs and their celebrity professors blow ordinary local universities and their professors out of the water. It’s not just an advantage, it’s complete domination.

 

It is likely they (local universities) will step up their role in brokering work experience during degrees and become more serious about vocational and career counselling at the point of departure, possibly moving into employment placement at scale.

 

Perhaps teaching-focused academics will be pared back, with MOOCs partly substituting for them, and more research-only positions created. The main onsite work in higher education in future could be research not teaching.

 

We do live in interesting times in higher education!

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20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education

20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

First define what is digital literacy e.g. digital literacy = digital tool knowledge + critical thinking + social engagement. Then know what its main characteristics, so we can develop towards it.

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Digital Literacies and Web Literacies: What's the Difference?

Digital Literacies and Web Literacies: What's the Difference? | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

Putting the semantic argument aside, the eight elements of Digital Literacies and five elements of Web Literacies seems to form some of the basic building blocks of digital society.

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Why the net effect shows the way ahead

Why the net effect shows the way ahead | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

"It's time to explode the myth that online university education is second-class - and move on." Online education will no exist because "online" will become part of education, and there is no more disticntion between a mode that is exclusively online and otherwise.

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The 6th People Needed To Implement E-Learning In Your Classroom

The 6th People Needed To Implement E-Learning In Your Classroom | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

"There seems to be something pretty big missing from this infographic by Lean Forward. Know what it is?". But is that enough? What's your thoughts?

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Parents hold the teaching tools for virtual school - News

Parents hold the teaching tools for virtual school - News | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it
Virtual learning is not always the lesser substitute, it can be the better choice. Are parents and schools prepared and have the right attitude to make innovative learning?
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The Evolution of Workplace Learning: WPL 1.0 to WPL 2.0

The Evolution of Workplace Learning: WPL 1.0 to  WPL 2.0 | Good Pedagogy | Scoop.it

The Evolution of Workplace Learning: WPL 1.0 and WPL 2.0, see the infograph mid page. How much of these have been implemented in today's WPL? it's an visually appealing representation of how the shifting trends in various aspect of WPL, however to make sense of these exciting possibilities, further unpacking is needed to operational and make meaningful innovations.

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