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12 Ways to Use Hashtags with Your Students ~ Ed...

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12 Ways to Use Hashtags with Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Leadership Think Tank curated by Aki Puustinen (12 Ways to Use Hashtags with Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | @scoopit

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The Creative and the Curious: When learners roam free

Keynote presentation from the EDEN Research Workshop, KU Leuven, Belgium, 22 October 2012...

 

Wow!  I don't even know the context for this keynote, but I think it is rich ecosystem with lots of deep niches for exploring.  Teachers need to read this for the sake of their learners.


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Terry Elliott's comment, December 4, 2012 6:21 AM
This is an evocative slideshare that makes me wish I had a bit fuller context. Viewing this makes me think I am climbing a tree in winter time. I can see the beautiful bare branching limbs, but I am missing the leaves. Not complaining, just noting.
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#digped Storify: A Hashtag Chat About Hashtags | #digped | HYBRID PEDAGOGY

#digped Storify: A Hashtag Chat About Hashtags | #digped | HYBRID PEDAGOGY | Pedagogy and technology of online learning | Scoop.it

Inspired by Charlotte Frost's article "Hashtag Classroom" last week on Hybrid Pedagogy, we hosted a #digped chat on Friday, August 2, 2013 to explore the pedagogical utility and variety of Twitter hashtag chats. As Jesse wrote in his announcement of the discussion, "Given the robust search functionality of Twitter, all of the words in a given tweet are searchable. The hashtag, though, adds another dimension . . . [It] puts one tweet alongside other tweets, drawing very intentional lines between one idea and another -- and allowing those ideas to be curated together with a single left-click of a mouse or trackpad." A collection of over 60 participants from a variety of backgrounds gathered around their screens to post questions, offer advice, and explore the nature of the "#" and its mutiform application to teaching and learning.


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