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"Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." -- About Google
Implicitly and ceaselessly, Google performs formative assessments by collecting the following data: the content, genre and media that interests you most; when and for how long you access your external cloud brain; what your hobbies and routines are; with whom you work and communicate; who will get your November vote; and whether you prefer invigorating clean mint or enamel renewal toothpaste. By continuously refining the nuance of your sociogram, Google has already customized your next web exploration and taught itself to teach.
Via Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.
Who is the Expert Learner?
The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) perspective for the Expert Learner is for a learner to be:
> Strategic and goal-directed
> Purposeful and motivated
Then how can you develop expert learners with voice and choice?
When learners have the opportunities to say what they think and be heard by their peers and others, they feel their opinions and perspectives are valued and appreciated. Think about yourself as a learner and what it might feels like if you have a voice in how you learn and even influence decisions about teaching and learning.
Via Kathleen McClaskey, Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.