Students tap away at their cell phones, laptops and iPads during Enrique Legaspi's high-tech history lesson. (Using Twitter in the classroom makes learning fun and helps #teachers notice shy students and get faster feedback.
Tim Drewitt's insight:
In my own corporate experience, we need to consider more how to use social media to tap into the minds of our more reserved and thoughtful employees who often sit on the ideas that will make the difference.
Very interesting book called "Too Big to Know" which talks about the impact of social technology on knowledge. We are early in creating our Social Intranet and are only just discovering the unique world of Social Learning and ...
Informal learning is in style—but does that mean that formal learning is so last season? Absolutely not! Recently, e-Learning professionals have been seeing how sharp informal and formal learning look together.
The How Google Affects Memory and Learning Infographic presents how Google helps us find information on the Internet, so we can keep our minds clear and fresh.
Tim Drewitt's insight:
This has got me thinking again about how we now learn. Do we in fact need to "learn" as much now? Are we moving to a position where we just need to know where to look for an answer and where we are slower to commit things to longer term memory, as we need rely on that less? Who is going to make sure we don't learn from bad sources and help curate/bump the good stuff to the top of the list?
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