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Discovery, Problem and Challenged Based Learning

Discovery, Problem and Challenged Based Learning | Transformational Technology | Scoop.it

"It is my belief that educators must now consider how learning has changed  (if they haven’t done so already) and how they can adapt their pedagogies to facilitate the learning of our current and future students..."


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Lissa Ledbetter's comment, September 25, 2012 12:53 PM
Love this! Speaks to true "reform", in my opinion. Reform can't be building new layers on top of old foundations. We really need to re-envision the way we approach education, from the foundation up.
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50 Ways Schools Can Use Google+ Hangouts | Edudemic

50 Ways Schools Can Use Google+ Hangouts | Edudemic | Transformational Technology | Scoop.it

At its core, Google+ Hangouts is simply a souped-up version of video chat. But when it comes to education, it’s so much more than that. It becomes a vehicle for learning, sharing, collaboration, and ideas.

 

Whether you’re an educator discussing learning practices, or a first-grade classroom speaking with an astronaut, Hangouts have seemingly endless possibilities. These are Edudemic's 50 favorite ways for schools to use Google Plus Hangouts.


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WeeBots: Driveable Robots for Babies Who Need Them - IEEE Spectrum

WeeBots: Driveable Robots for Babies Who Need Them - IEEE Spectrum | Transformational Technology | Scoop.it
Even at just six months old, babies turn out to be proficient robot drivers...

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Being a Digital Native Just Isn’t Enough [Scientific American]

Being a Digital Native Just Isn’t Enough [Scientific American] | Transformational Technology | Scoop.it

The split between what Marc Prensky called “digital natives” and “digital immigrants” in his landmark 2001 article has grown wider every year of this century. Unlike the teachers and parents who have watched technology slowly phased into modern culture over the past three decades, today’s students have been immersed in the digital era since birth.


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