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Graphic on 21st Century Pedagogy ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Graphic on 21st Century Pedagogy ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it
RT @ict4champions: Awesome Graphic on 21st Century Pedagogy ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/83nyeP4joj

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, March 31, 2013 6:56 PM

Design and PKM are lacking here...

Deborah Arnold's comment, April 15, 2013 7:45 AM
Très bonne idée. Ok pour vous évaluer la-dessus, si vous l'accompagnez d'éléments de réflexion et d'analyse.
Morgane Massart's curator insight, April 26, 2013 10:52 AM

A suivre...

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Creative Package Design: Heineken Bottle Concept

Creative Package Design: Heineken Bottle Concept | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it

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rosiemedia's curator insight, March 29, 2013 10:50 AM

Modern and crisp. I wonder if the look changes when it's filled with beer?

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Media's Externalization of Kids' Self-identity | Psychology Today

Media's Externalization of Kids' Self-identity | Psychology Today | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it
One aspect of self-identity that is particularly relevant is that children gain their self-identity through both self-observation and information from their social world. As children gain self-awareness, they observe and evaluate their ...

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The Ins and Outs of Group Conflict

The Ins and Outs of Group Conflict | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it
According to Social Identity Theory (Tajfel &Turner, 1979) people tend to place themselves into groups with others who they view as similar.

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SharedThinking's curator insight, February 14, 2013 4:23 PM

overcome intergroup conflict by creating superordinate category

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Roman Culture in Etrurian and Campanian Archaeology

Roman Culture in Etrurian and Campanian Archaeology | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it

Roman culture is detectable archaeologically throughout Etruria and Campania in the cities and landscapes of the regions.  We still see Roman roads in use today! But what can these and other archaeological evidence tell us about the Romans expansion throughout Italy?

 

Frankly, way too much to cover in one article, so let us look briefly at an area of really interesting archaeology, Etruria and Campania in what is now Modern Italy....


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12 Tips on Successful Globalization — Growth Nation

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RT @GrowthNation: 12 tips on successful globalization http://t.co/e7tSQRDqDC #globalization #globalmarketing

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Shared Thinking: The Social-Identity Approach to Learning and Teaching

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Shared Thinking: The Social Identity Approach to Learning and Teaching...

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Challenging Stereotypes in 'Peter Pan' | Teaching Tolerance

Challenging Stereotypes in 'Peter Pan' | Teaching Tolerance | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it

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SharedThinking's curator insight, December 13, 2012 7:27 PM

Stereotyping is something others do to us and we do to others. It is often seen as negative to stereotype anyone. It is often associated with de-personalisation and discriminatory behaviour.


However, a stereotype is really just a social category. It doesn't have to be negative and we certainly shouldn't think of it as fixed or static. It can be changed and it does change - within a given group and beyond.


The SharedThinking practice is about re-configuring, managing and organising the ways we see ourselves and others in a constructive way. SharedThinking is a way of developing a positive view of ourselves in a fluid and dynamic manner for different learning applications.

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DIY culture: Do you want your kids to create or consume?

DIY culture: Do you want your kids to create or consume? | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it

It has become a common refrain on the web: The rise of the DIY culture, the hacker movement and an overall sense that knowing how to code and hack is an important skill Events like Maker Faire are growing and attracting more participants, while venues like Kickstarter, Indiegogo and Etsy are offering makers of all types a viable venue for selling and advertising their skills. This cultural movement can rightly be seen a backlash against the passive consumerism of the last six decades, but it’s also about something larger — our place in an increasingly competitive, and “flat” world.


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Revisit: Cultural Arts Immersion in the Era of Stop and Frisk | Dr ...

Revisit: Cultural Arts Immersion in the Era of Stop and Frisk | Dr ... | Art Education and Cultural Identity | Scoop.it
Revisit: Cultural Arts Immersion in the Era of Stop and Frisk ... I was reminded, however, that, I had experienced the long arm of the law in a case of mistaken identity. It was not ... A bullying culture abounds among the young.
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