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November 13, 2008

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Embracing Change: A Key Tactic in Difficult Times
This is interesting. Clive Shepherd depicts connectivism as part of the approach educators need to consider in trouibled economic times. Clive Shepherd, Training Zone, November 13, 2008 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Community Responsibility Vol 1 - OMG Is This a Community?
Dave Cormier looks at the distinction between community and networks through a conversation with Nancy White, a presentation from Bud Hunt, and an unattributed presentation on community management and open source. "If you are in a community," writes Cormier, "you are, in some way, responsible to that community, in a network you are responsible to yourself and the rules that govern you are those set forth by our society as laws." Dave Cormier, Dave's Educational Blog, November 13, 2008 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Recordings: Howard Rheingold
We have posted the recordings from the discussion with Howard Rheingold...and the open discussion in the evening. Here is the Howard Rheingold Recording and here is the evening Elluminate Session (both as Elluminate recordings). Various Authors, CCK08, November 13, 2008 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]

Intervention in Students' Learning
What happens when our education process (i.e. curriculum) is imposed on students outside of their direct interests? Jenny reflects on our session with Howard Rheingold...and draws on an experience she had with a previous student who was performing below expected competence: "He said he hadn't come on the course to jump through hoops to get high marks for his assignments. He wanted to pursue his own lines of enquiry and follow his own interests. If he was going to spend a lot of time writing an assignment, he wanted to be sure that it met his own needs. He would do enough to pass, but he wanted to enjoy writing the assignment for himself. If he could do that and pass, then he was quite happy with the mark he got." Jenny Mackness, , November 13, 2008 [Link] [Tags: none] [Comment]


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Notes from Day 2 of the Virtual Worlds in Education Conference November 12, 2008
CCK08 FOC08 - Tar Heel Reader November 12, 2008
Colonies of Ants, Hives of Bees November 12, 2008

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