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Online learning is not effective learning

If networked learning is the direction for the future of learning, then I believe that it must overcome the same problem that networking has struggled to shed. 338 more words

Contemporary Pedagogy

Science is Hard

Berliner, D.C. (2002). Educational research: The hardest science of all. Educational Researcher, 31(8), 18-20.

Berliner’s Educational research: The hardest science of all (2002) presents strong arguments as to why the variability within educational research makes it challenging, if not impossible, to contrive samples from within a population that are uniform, expose participants to an identical/ideal context, and produce a data set that can be analyzed congruently among other researchers.   269 more words

Some ESL Things are only possible BECAUSE of technology

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Many people think that we are now getting far too reliant on technology. True in some ways I agree, but lets remember too those things for ESL learners that are really now only possible because of technology. 566 more words

ESL

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I love learning!

I didn’t particularly like school or school-ing while I was doing it, mostly because I didn’t really fit the standardized educational system. 745 more words

Buller

Currently Listening To . . .

I’ve been researching more resources to help me increase my art history knowledge. Along with visiting museums, taking ALISON courses and reading books, I wanted another way to take in art instruction, so I was thrilled to find the… 126 more words

Art

Red Flags Known and Overlooked With State Board Votes On #SanJose #CharterSchools

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The charter schools described below were approved by the California State Board of Education on January 19th, 2018 despite District and County denials documenting serious red flags in their petitions (Perseverance Prep was approved in full, and Promise Academy as a K-8). 1,761 more words

Civil Rights

My online student experience...

…by Vanessa / from Scotland / studying Carbon Management / 2nd year MSc

It was with cautious steps that I finally decided to apply for the Masters I had wanted to do since completing my undergraduate degree, an alarming 17 years ago.  535 more words

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