Justin Marquis wrote suggestions to be added to the Manifesto and to further the discussion about the impact of connected learning. He focused on these topics: - Connectivity/Collaboration - Empowerment/Self-Directed Learning - Creativity/Innovation - Diversity/Breaking Down Boundaries - Self-Awareness/Reflection - Lifelong Learning
The traditional classroom is like a blackjack table. You must visit the facility in order to participate. Sessions start when the leader says so. There are relatively complex rules in order to participate. The session proceeds in a manner that is not individually tailored to your preferences. And sticking with it requires a focus on the long-term goal (i.e., earning a degree, or winning back your money).
Enter digital technology. As in gambling, technology is important in higher education not in and of itself, but because it enables three developments that will make learning much more effective, and perhaps addictive.
From the latest issue of my newsletter, The Brilliant Report: “This week I blogged about a new study that suggests one reason why there are so few women in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math): they are vulnerable to feeling...
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