In this installment of our series on emerging digital learning technologies we are going to discuss social network based learning. There are many social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and there are now streaming platforms such as those offered by Adobe and Google. There is great potential to use social media in a structured, gamified model to deliver learning in a way that in many respects, trumps all other technologies.
Classroom technology gives a voice to the ignored A recent piece by Christina Thomas Dhanraj has reinvigorated the conversation around diversity in the workplace. Dhanraj speaks eloquently about the increasing presence of Dalit women in corporate spaces thanks…Read more ›
This is an interesting spark presentation on how to incorporate social media into instruction.
Is social media changing the e-learning process? Many say yes it is.
The next big idea will happen at the most inopportune moment and the idea you share will no doubt get immediate resistance. This leads to arguments and potentially the need for pursuasion and selling. (which is time you could be using to take action on your idea).
I discovered a new rule for knowledge sharing, the 70:20:10 rule. In any given company 10% of the employees is willing to actively share their knowledge. About 20% of the employees is willing to sh…
Community building is a very important aspect of schools in every society. Back in the day, when computers and smartphones weren’t available students, teachers and staff held discussions in classrooms, the school hallways, and whenever you would come across…Read more ›
When you are curating content without a story you are not sharing your knowledge. You are sharing content. All curators do make a selection and share that. But what I miss is the story, the context…