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The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. A.Toffler
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The return of the MOOC - Established education providers v new contenders | The Economist

The return of the MOOC - Established education providers v new contenders | The Economist | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
News about flexible, netbased learning and teaching, e-learning, blended learning, distance learning, m-learning, math and statistics.
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Studying With Quizzes Helps Make Sure the Material Sticks

Studying With Quizzes Helps Make Sure the Material Sticks | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists have known for a long time that regular quizzing on information helps make it stick, but students and teachers don't always know how to apply
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MOOCs, Money, and the Untold Story of a Professor Who 'Bought the Hype'

MOOCs, Money, and the Untold Story of a Professor Who 'Bought the Hype' | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Richard McKenzie thought that free, online courses could change higher education, and maybe his life. That was before his own class fell apart.
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The death of the digital native: four provocations from Digifest speaker, Donna Lanclos | Jisc

The death of the digital native: four provocations from Digifest speaker, Donna Lanclos | Jisc | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
In these four provocations, anthropologist Donna Lanclos argues that the notion of the "digital native" is bogus and disempowering, that pandering to student expectations can backfire, universities should be open by default, and our attitude to educational technology needs a rethink.
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Why Are We So Slow to Change the Way We Teach?

Why Are We So Slow to Change the Way We Teach? | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Many aspects of teaching—lecture, course design, assignments, and grading—have changed little over the years. The question is, “Why?” 
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Special Issue: Towards a European perspective on Massive Open Online Courses Vol 16, No 6 (2015)

Special Issue: Towards a European perspective on Massive Open Online Courses Vol 16, No 6 (2015) | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (www.irrodl.org) is a refereed e-journal that aims to advance research, theory and best practice in open and distance education research.
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How anxiety scrambles your brain and makes it hard to learn

How anxiety scrambles your brain and makes it hard to learn | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Levels of stress and anxiety are on the rise among students. Juliet Rix has tips to control the panic and thrive academically
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Are You Prepared For The Future Of Social Learning?

Are You Prepared For The Future Of Social Learning? | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it

"With the Internet exploding with information resources and tools for learning, teachers can be facilitators of information with a greater emphasis on explanation and critical thinking as opposed to the dissemination source. Formal learning systems have in some cases been slower to adopt this model, rightfully concerned with accuracy of material and consistency; yet with ever increasing numbers of individuals accessing information in learning environments, the necessity of these formal systems to adopt technological change is very clear."


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This article poses the question: Are you ready for having social learning be the norm in the classroom of the future?

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Problem based learning - Friend or Foe? on Meducation

Problem based learning - Friend or Foe? on Meducation | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
What is Problem Based Learning?

During my time at medical school, I enjoyed (at times) a curriculum delivered through the traditional model. As the name suggests, this is an approach experienced by the majority of doctors to date. The traditional model was first implemented by the American Medical College Association and American Academy of Medicine in 1894 (Barr, 2010) and has been used by the majority of medical schools. It traditionally consists of didactic lectures in the initial years cov
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Marc My Words: Why I Hate LMSs by Marc Rosenberg : Learning Solutions Magazine

Marc My Words: Why I Hate LMSs by Marc  Rosenberg : Learning Solutions Magazine | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Modern-day LMSs were born out of the new transactional capabilities of the Internet in the late 1990s. They are as much
eCommerce as eLearning. LMSs can offer many products, process thousands of transactions, handle payments and delivery,
and keep track of it all. This is a great value of LMSs. Without a good LMS, there would be chaos in the eLearning world. Why
does Marc say he hates them?
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Boost Critical Thinking: Let Students Use Google on Exams | Big Think

Boost Critical Thinking: Let Students Use Google on Exams | Big Think | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
A British academic's remarks that "it’s inevitable that students will be allowed to use the Internet in exams" sparks a debate over the purpose of testing and the encouragement of learning.
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The Two Types of Knowledge

The Two Types of Knowledge | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
In this article Charlie Munger identifies the two types of knowledge and some of the problems we are likely to face with each.
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Harvard and the Rise of a Digital Ivy League — Class Central

Harvard and the Rise of a Digital Ivy League — Class Central | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
There’s a new elite forming in higher education: a group of universities that have online enrollments reaching into the millions.
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What do you know: Should we train “Digital Natives” differently?

What do you know: Should we train “Digital Natives” differently? | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it

You may have heard that younger workers should be trained differently because they’ve grown up with technology. Marc Prensky coined the term “digital natives” to describe young people who have grown up with technology infused in their everyday lives, with ever-present access to the internet and information through their smartphones and other devices.

As a result of his work and others’, people are calling for changes in the way we reach and teach people who have always had technology, digital interactions with others, and information literally in the palm of their hands.

I am discussing this topic because it came up again and again at a conference I attended recently. People told me that their companies were requesting changes to L&D processes to meet the needs of the younger workforce. They were happy to hear that there was excellent research on this topic.

As we usually do, before we talk about the research, I’m hoping you’ll take a stab at what you think the research shows. The question is just for fun. See if you can guess what the research has to say.


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Austrade sets target of 110 million MOOC students for Australia by 2025 ~ Stephen Downes

Austrade sets target of 110 million MOOC students for Australia by 2025 ~ Stephen Downes | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Online learning, new media, connectivism, MOOCs, personal learning environments, new literacy, and more from Stephen Downes
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Understanding Education in a Changing World: What's Really Worth Learning

Understanding Education in a Changing World: What's Really Worth Learning | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
David Perkins shares insights on helping educators and parents think through the all-important question: “What’s really worth learning?”
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The Conversation: Why 1904 Testing Methods Should Not Be Used for Today’s Students

The Conversation: Why 1904 Testing Methods Should Not Be Used for Today’s Students | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
When I was an elementary school student, schools in my hometown administered IQ tests every couple of years. I felt very scared of the psychologist who came in to give those tests.
I also performed te
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Small Changes in Teaching: The Minutes Before Class

Small Changes in Teaching: The Minutes Before Class | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Three simple ways you can set up the day’s learning before the metaphorical bell rings.
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What is digital fluency?

What is digital fluency? | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
Image by George Couros under CC A recent announcement from Hon. Hekia Parata signalled that digital fluency will be a key focus for Ministry centrally-funded professional learning support in 2016 (...
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Revisiting Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants

Revisiting Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
In 2001 Marc Prensky divided the world into two broad groups, Digital
Natives and Digital Immigrants. His idea struck a chord with popular
culture and has become a dominant paradigm in education. Since then the
concept of Digital Natives vs Digital Immigrants has been widely discussed,
debated and through this much of what was originally stated by Prensky has
been misunderstood while other parts have been shown to not quite fit
reality. Given the core concept remains a feature of education
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More Content Doesn’t Equal More Learning

More Content Doesn’t Equal More Learning | Learn, unlearn, relearn | Scoop.it
When we shift from covering content to using content, curriculum design becomes less about what to teach and more a matter of how to facilitate learning.
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