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INTRICT Post #12: Digital Natives, Digital Idiots

Our lecture in our INTRICT class today was on the concerns and effects of the rapidly advancing technology, such as: the digital natives generation, computers taking over jobs (but the advancement creating new ones) and the use of fear on humans to manipulate them for profit. 314 more words

INTRICT

Ecoducks v The EcoArtCadets! @classofyourown

Over the last few weeks I’ve been privileged to be involved in a few workshops for the DEC! EcoClassroom.

Check out details here…..http://designengineerconstruct.com. We form groups into design/build companies, they produce branding, do research and produce a facility that is green, for the community and for education. 155 more words

Instructor's Prompt

Examining Generational Differences

What did you take away from these generational differences readings?

As an AP Statistics teacher, albeit one with one year of experience, my first concern is regarding the references for all three articles. 956 more words

AECT Standard 2.4

Natives?

The digital native or at least the myth of the digital native, seems to get author Jamie McKenzie very worked up in Digital Nativism Digital Delusions and Digital Deprivation. 525 more words

EDTECH537

Generation Alpha

A series of blogs detailing the current state of Journalism and the Media:

Lego: those small, colourful, at times ingestible building blocks of fun that so many of our childhood memories are made of. 377 more words

Opinion

What Generation Z Is Telling Us About Leadership

Source: www.briansolis.com

Generation Z — Digital Natives — the Teens, Tweens and children of today.

While Millennials have been taking the spotlight, this blogger suggests that understanding how teens use social media will not only help you to make decisions for the future; it will help you to lead. 10 more words

Scoop.it

Day two: All about e-learning

  • Q: Can you think of an instance when you might use e-learning in your teaching?
  • A: If the library burned down.

This was me, responding to a question posed in a 2003 session for postgraduates who were doing teaching at Durham University. 839 more words