Clay pointed at cognitive surplus in our social life, and how this collaborative intelligence is creating creative opportunities for everyone in the world. Another cognitive surplus is happening inside our classrooms, which have different forms. Among these is student-generated content, represented in projects, assignments, research and lab experiments. All the student-generated content collectively usually become history, never been tapped into or reused, and very often trashed at the end of the academic semester. In this particular area, students are connected physically inside and virtually outside their classrooms working on these tasks, hence with the abundance of powerful technologies how can we harness this cognitive surplus to improve learning experiences for new generations?
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