Self Organised Learning Environments (SOLEs) developed out of Professor Sugata Mitra's earlier Hole in the Wall experiments, which demonstrated that given access to a computer and internet connection, children are capable of teaching themselves.
St. Aidan's Primary School, Gateshead, are the key research partner in an ongoing SOLE study. iLab are collecting data to support research into how SOLE methodology can be adapted to enquiry based learning in UK classrooms.
How do we prepare out students for Web 3.0 learning? This slide show by Judy O'Connell provides us an opportunity to look back in time, from what we might refer to as Web 0 and the journey to where we are today and where we are heading. Many define Web 2.0 as the social web. Web 3.0 will be defined by data, and the ability to link data in new ways. Many excellent resources are embedded within this slide show, so find some time to pull up your chair and learn more about what the future may hold.
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