Daily Archives: September 25, 2010

Digital Literacy in Practice – Case Studies of Primary and Secondary Classrooms

This document provides a set of digital literacy case studies. Each is an account of a number of activities developed, planned and undertaken by a teacher as their first steps towards integrating the development of students’ digital literacy into their … Continue reading

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Games in Education – Serious Games – A Literature Review

This project aims to identify and document the usage, definition, and as far aspossible pedagogy of serious games. That is, games where the educational goal takes precendence in training outside of the school education system. By identifying and documenting the … Continue reading

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Digital literacy across the curriculum – A handbook

This handbook discusses the meaning of digital literacy and suggests it should be understood as a wide-ranging set of practices that enable students to create, share and understand meaning and knowledge in an increasingly digital age. It positions digital literacy … Continue reading

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The psychology of change management

Over the past 15 or so years, programs to improve corporate organizational performance have become increasingly common. Yet they are notoriously difficult to carry out. Success depends on persuading hundreds or thousands of groups and individuals to change the way … Continue reading

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HOLD THE FRONT PAGE – PLE’s need Teachers

Call it a PLE if you like, to me it is connectivist learning. Other terms that i can identify with are Dave Cormier’s ‘Community as Curriculum‘ approach and Wendy Drexler’s elucidation of Networked learning in the ‘Networked student model‘ (video) … Continue reading

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Community as Curriculum and Open Learning

Dave Cormier – My first attempt to explain how these ideas interact. Would love some feedback before i take my next shot at it. Does it get the point across? What do you think that point is?

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Connectivist Learning and Teaching

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