New Learning’s Updates

  • e-Learning Ecologies - Just Published!

    e-Learning Ecologies (edited by Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis) explores transformations in the patterns of pedagogy that accompany e-learning—the use of computing devices that mediate or supplement the relationships between learners and teachers—..

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  • "Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds"

    From a rather frightening article by Elizabeth Kolbert in The New Yorker:

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  • Push-Button Education

    The future of education has been a long time coming. We may have nearly arrived, but did we ever really want to get there? From 1958, Arthur Radebaugh's Sunday comic, Closer Than We Think.

    Source: Paleofuture.

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  • 7 Affordances Meet Rhizomatic Learning in Medial Education

    Here are some interesting thoughts from Paulo Batista, a PhD student in Artificial Intelligence in Brazil, using our "seven affordances" framework to analyze rhizomatic learning in medical education.

    "Rhizomatic education prepares students to w..

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  • 7 Affordances: A nice summary of our by Caterina Mastroianni

    An online course should provide a rich learning experience for all learners. Do you use technology to simulate traditional teaching and learning practice or do you do more with it? In fact, educational technologies should make it easier to incorpora..

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  • Reverse Engineering Neuroscience

    So, computer scientists like to use brain metaphors to support their aspirations to artificial intelligence ("neural nets," "Google Brain," and the like). But what happens when we use the methods of neuroscience to interpret the workings of the..

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  • Five Theses on the Future of Learning

    "Angelus Novus," Paul Klee (1920)

    1. There will be no pedagogical differences between learning in person and learning online.

    In the old school, it was necessary for students to be in the same room at the same time. The class was a communicati..

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  • Free Scholar Course: Collective Impact for Computer Science Education

    Join us on Monday 9th January for a quick, fun, and informal meet-and-greet!

    What: In this 30-minute session, you will meet course facilitators Khurram Hassan, other members of the course team, and fellow course participants. Where: Online, using t..

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  • Invitation to Design a Collective Impact Framework for Computer Science and STEM Education Access

    Join colleagues in Scholar to develop a collective impact strategy to engage a wider range of learners in computer science and STEM learning.

    The Georgia Department of Education (USA), in associalion with Learning Strategies International, is p..

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  • Learn cutting-edge digital pedagogy and practice: Apply now to become a Scholar Apprentice

    LSi is offering an apprenticeship for learning leaders interested in using the Scholar Approach to build capacity, produce locally-situated knowledge, and foster deep learning outcomes. This internship will provide practical experience and help..

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