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Teaching Revisited

I really enjoyed the article Teaching in Social and Technological Networks.  Siemens discusses modelling as a teaching practice.  “To teach is to model and to demonstrate.  To learn is to practice and reflect.”  I really liked that.  I think that we have done a lot of that this semester in the form of our blogs.  … Continue reading

Steinkuehler’s views on interest-driven learning

“Games scholar Constance Steinkuehler has joined the White House as a senior policy analyst in the Office of Science and Technology Policy. Steinkuehler is charged with helping the administration design games to “improve health, education, civic engagement and the environment, among other areas,” according to USA Today.” Link to article in it’s entirety here –> … Continue reading

Blogs and Learning

I really did not know that the earliest blogs were started in 1996-1997.  I have really only heard about blogs, or maybe just started to pay attention is the better choice of words here, in the last 4 years or so.  I really didn’t start getting too bothered about them myself until last year when … Continue reading