But here’s the thing: the history of social media actually goes back a lot further, and its roots can be found in blogging, Google, AOL, ICQ, the beginnings of the world wide web and, perhaps surprisingly, CompuServe.
Danny M. Vaughn, Ph.D., CMS Education can be formal such as what occurs in a classroom, laboratory, field experience, on-the-job, or a result of life’s experiences. An informed and educated person...
Education can be formal such as what occurs in a classroom, laboratory, field experience, on-the-job, or a result of life’s experiences. An informed and educated person is one who recognizes, respects, values, and accepts a world of diverse cultures, races, and religions. Learning is a combination of innate and formally taught skills that enable a person to acquire information (factual and conceptual) and knowledge (understanding) necessary for leading a productive life. Education and learning are notmutually exclusive! Learning begins when a person develops a sense of curiosity through observation for their world. This is initiated by sensory observations and matures through a lifetime of experiences. Questions are spawned, raw data is collected, organized, and when rendered useful, it becomes information. An analysis results in understanding, which by extension becomes knowledge. Knowledge aids in decision support, problem solving, and ultimately an enhanced appreciation for the affairs of the world. These steps from curiosity to questioning to a systematic process of inquiryshould form the foundation for a lifetime pursuit of knowledge. Formal education should reinforce this process through a rich variety of learning experiences.
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