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Stanford’s Class2Go Educational Platform

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Stanford's Class2Go Educational Platform: Welcome to Class2Go! We’re Stanford Online’s internal platform, designed to be an open platform for online learning and research. 
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The Coursera Consortium…

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The recent MOOC craze has recently given birth – or so it seems – to emergent leadership positions at some Universities that have jumped on the Coursera train. And at the outset here, I want to thank Jon Becker for putting these on my radar…I know he has some ideas of his own brewing about […]
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“If we can solve this macroscopic-to-microscopic puzzle and invert the current paradigm (especially…”

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“If we can solve this macroscopic-to-microscopic puzzle and invert the current paradigm (especially for those kids who can’t learn any other way), learning becomes all about pattern recognition and dopamine release and thus becomes totally addictive.” - Steven Kotler  Great article on learning patterns. Read the full article here.
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Jose Bowen, Dean of SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts,…

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<br><br><p>Jose Bowen, Dean of SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts, discusses technology use in the classroom. See discussion <a href="http://mcs.smu.edu/media/content/jos-bowen-universities-should-embrace-tech" target="_blank">here</a>.</p>

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<p>More about the book <a href="http://www.smu.edu/News/2012/jose-bowen-book-07aug2012" target="_blank">here</a>.</p>
Jose Bowen, Dean of SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts, discusses technology use in the classroom. See discussion here. More about the book here.
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Drawn Serious

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Teaching comics has become respectable lately. The Modern Language Association has published a volume on the genre in its series of teaching guides; elementary school libraries stock graphic novels and non-fiction texts, with the explicit goal of attracting “reluctant readers”; conferences and critical essays debate terminology (comics? Comix? Graphic narrative? Sequential visual. . . . […]
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Drawn Serious

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Teaching comics has become respectable lately. The Modern Language Association has published a volume on the genre in its series of teaching guides; elementary school libraries stock graphic novels and non-fiction texts, with the explicit goal of attracting “reluctant readers”; conferences and critical essays debate terminology (comics? Comix? Graphic narrative? Sequential visual. . . . […]
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Great Tech Spectations

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The last decade has made it abundantly clear that, as much as we may desire stability, new and emerging technological media are profoundly postmodern: as soon as they stop moving, they’re moribund. If it’s on the syllabus, it’s already dated. Company’s got an IPO? Biggest new market is overseas? Congratulations, “new” tech — you just […]
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Great Tech Spectations

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The last decade has made it abundantly clear that, as much as we may desire stability, new and emerging technological media are profoundly postmodern: as soon as they stop moving, they’re moribund. If it’s on the syllabus, it’s already dated. Company’s got an IPO? Biggest new market is overseas? Congratulations, “new” tech — you just […]
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Playing to a Crowd

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Play is a thing by itself. The play-concept as such is of a higher order than is seriousness. For seriousness seeks to exclude play, whereas play can very well include seriousness. — Huizinga, Homo Ludens As has become the new normal, something interesting is happening in Brooklyn: what the New York Times describes as “underemployed […]
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Playing to a Crowd

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Play is a thing by itself. The play-concept as such is of a higher order than is seriousness. For seriousness seeks to exclude play, whereas play can very well include seriousness. — Huizinga, Homo Ludens As has become the new normal, something interesting is happening in Brooklyn: what the New York Times describes as “underemployed […]
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Recent Thought Vectors Tagged "nugget"

Inquiry Nugget Series: Ep 3, Spatial Self

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via: Section 76!

“Much like many other online identity practices on social networks, the spatial self is based […] Read More

Inquiry Nugget Series: Ep 3, Spatial Self

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via: Danh's Mind

“Much like many other online identity practices on social networks, the spatial self is based […] Read More

Inquiry Nugget Series: Ep 2, Intimacy

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via: Section 76!

I don’t want to end the semester with my series unfinished so I will do […] Read More

Nuggeting Sources

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via: Univ 200

“As a prisoner, I could not access the Web directly. Staff members oversaw policies that […] Read More

Connecting Nuggets

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via: Not So Far Far Away...

Fisheries and sustainable resources of the ocean are important. Roughly 25% of the protein used […] Read More

Nuggeting sources

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via: morgan jacobs

This source– I actually found when doing research for a course I am taking about […] Read More