Preparatory video for first-time participants and/or hosts of a World Cafe conversation. Originally made to introduce faculty at Florida State College at Jacege at Jacksonville to the underlying principles of the cafe process.
From cell phone and video games to Facebook and YouTube, digital media are changing the way young people play and socialize in the 21st century. In this video, education experts say that digital technologies could transform the way kids learn and participate in communities...Macfoundation.org/learning
This second video in the Born to Learn series, Class Reunion, unpacks very neatly the significance of Confucius's explanation that essentially it is only when you take the responsibility of having to do something for yourself. Damien-Lewis is the creator.
Stanley Fish's lamentations on next month's meeting of the Modern Language Association: "Upward of 40 sessions are devoted to what is called the “digital humanities,” an umbrella term for new and fast-moving developments across a range of topics: the organization and administration of libraries, the rethinking of peer review, the study of social networks, the expansion of digital archives, the refining of search engines, the production of scholarly editions, the restructuring of undergraduate instruction, the transformation of scholarly publishing, the re-conception of the doctoral dissertation, the teaching of foreign languages, the proliferation of online journals, the redefinition of what it means to be a text, the changing face of tenure — in short, everything."
In 2006, MacArthur launched the digital media and learning initiative to test the notion that public education would have to transform to prepare young people for the complex and connected social, economic, and political demands of the 21st century. MacArthur Foundation
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