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June 17, 2010

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Pragmatics versus Diversity
Pragmatics is the theme of CritLit2010 on this week. I hardly can follow this theme. Maria helped me writing her blog, she is expert on digital literacies. She pondered cultural differences in her post, please read it. The text we got for this week :  Pragmatics The capacity to use communicative elements in actions, or to take [...] June 16, 2010

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my second try, better adventure here?: http://helistudies.edublogs.org/2010/06/16/educational-subcultures-second-life/ #CritLit2010

“What technologies will best facilitate traditional critical thinking skills?” #CritLit2010

RT @helinur: any sense here: http://helistudies.edublogs.org/2010/06/16/pragmatics-versus-diversity/ #CritLit2010

Critical Literacy – The Struggle Moves to a Different Arena – My Arena #CritLit2010 http://bit.ly/dnf8x6

any sense here: http://helistudies.edublogs.org/2010/06/16/pragmatics-versus-diversity/ #CritLit2010

Growing thoroughly confused about pragmatics in this week's #critlit2010 readings. These concepts will take me a while to get I think.

@mbogle How to keep this simple - pragmatics - I am wondering too #CritLit2010

http://bit.ly/9ow3qZ #CritLit2010 The 10 Best Sites for Sharpening Your Critical Thinking Skills

#CritLit2010 reflections – third week: http://wp.me/pX4TC-1s

#CritLit2010 debate Does the Internet Make You Smarter? d Shirky en español: http://bit.ly/b9gxkv

RT @dreig: #CritLit2010 debate Does the Internet Make You Smarter? d Shirky en español: http://bit.ly/b9gxkv #redisenar2010

http://bit.ly/a5Q0mN Would a community of learners be able to fulfill the role of “educators” in a networked learning environment?

RT @crearvirtual: http://bit.ly/a5Q0mN Would a community of learners be able to fulfill the role of “educators” in a networked learning environment?

http://bit.ly/bPFQoR learning in networks cannot be only objective information change between blind unknown people...#CritLit2010

"there is no real shortcut to Philosophy" - Pragmatics #CritLit2010

RT @lorca56: #CritLit2010 week 2 http://ff.im/-lSmYh

@carlheath I found "Open course edfutures" in "Blogs we like" - patalom.se - another interesting course #CritLit2010 http://bit.ly/dzvisc

Still struggling with cough #CritLIt2010 http://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com/2010/06/13/critlit2010-literacy-of-trust-and-filtering/

Interested in knowing #CritLit2010 http://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com/2010/06/13/critlit2010-research-in-personal-learning-environments/

#CritLit2010 Trust and respect http://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com/2010/06/13/critlit2010-trust-respect-and-empowerment/

RT @stevemac121 Competitive debating as a learning tool - by Frances Stanford #CritLit2010 http://amplify.com/u/6tu4

Learnadoodledastic: Critical Literacy – The Struggle Moves to a Different Arena – My Arena #CritLit2010 http://amplify.com/u/6vxb

Updated with postscript #CritLIt2010 http://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com/2010/06/13/critlit2010-research-in-personal-learning-environments/

RT @stevemac121: Learnadoodledastic: Critical Literacy – The Struggle Moves to a Different Arena – My Arena #CritLit2010 http://amplify.com/u/6vxb

RT: elearning: Critical Literacy – The Struggle Moves to a Different Arena – My Arena #CritLit2010: A s... http://bit.ly/aKkGZW #e-learning

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