The Days & Nights of a Quiet Revolution
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When I started teaching middle school social studies, our most advanced technologies were chalk, spiral-bound notebooks and a 16mm projector with it's 25 foot extension cord. Personal computers were... More > not even imagined by classroom teachers. The last 40 years have not only seen unprecedented advances in information and communication technologies, but they have forced us to rethink WHAT, HOW and even WHY we "educate" our children. This book chronicles those years, describing the emergence of these technologies in our classrooms and the exciting implications they have for teaching and learning.< Less
Cultivating Your Personal Learning Network: A Gardener's Approach to Learning
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A garden is a rich and intertwined ecosystem where plants, air, soil, birds and bugs interact to grow and reproduce. Gardening is discovering the ecosystem and learning to work its... More > interconnectedness to grow beauty and food. Today's emerging information landscape is an info-system where content is produced, published, accessed, consumed, discussed, remixed and re-published. To be a lifelong learner today, you must learn to work the info-system in order to cultivate knowledge from a continual flow of information.< Less
Raw Materials for the Mind: A Teacher's Guide to Digital Literacy
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In the last five years, a new digital economy has risen, where creative information artisans from across the globe are producing media products and marketing them through a new digital bazaar. The... More > challenge of professional educators is to answer the question, "What are the basic skills of this information driven age, and how do we teach them?< Less
A Gardener's Approach to Learning
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In the same way that a garden is a rich and intertwined ecosystem where plants, air, soil, birds and bugs interact to grow and reproduce, today's emerging information landscape is an info-system,... More > where content is produced, published, accessed, consumed, discussed, re-mixed and re-published. To be a "master learner" -- to be a teacher -- today, you must learn to work the info-system in order to cultivate new knowledge and skills from a continual flow of information. This book is a guide for teachers who seek to model for their students the practices of lifelong learning.< Less
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