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For several years, I have been using a framework for classification of types of social media that I have attributed to boyd & Ellison, 2007. I first used the framework in a seminar that I taught at the University of … Continue reading
One of the things that I do in my work is to encourage people to be aware of the technological changes taking place around them and try to get ahead of the change; to think about future possibilities for education, … Continue reading
I delivered a keynote at an eTwinning workshop being held in Reykjavík, Iceland this weekend. My slides are below. The context (i.e. what I said as opposed to only what’s in the slides) is that knowledge creation is dependent on … Continue reading
I came across a video recently about a program offered at Monument Mountain Regional High School in Great Barrington, MA, a public school where high school students have the option of completing their final year with an independent study program. The … Continue reading
The future is a strange beast. We’re always actively constructing it but we never know what the future will actually be. A seemingly insignificant occurrence in the present can emerge as the essential foundation of a future construct and, what’s … Continue reading