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Editor's Note: Bringing School to the Information Age | Edutopia
"The new reality is that the public-education system is no longer the only, or the paramount, place where we go to learn. Most likely, the average child did his or her first Google search on a home computer. For many kids, they probably first logged on to a network (most likely AOL or Yahoo!) remotely, using a portable PC a parent brought home from the office. Their first online chat was more likely to happen at home while the child was enjoying Club Penguin than it was in English class."
education  technology  schools  future  edutopia  informallearning  school2.0  edtech  information  lcproject  unschooling  deschooling  policy 
september 2008 by robertogreco
The Way We Learn Now: Cisco Networking Academy brings 21st Century education to connected learners.
"From one-room rural schools to world-class universities, networking is transforming the way we learn just as it is transforming the ways we live, work, and play. When Networking Academy students acquire networking skills, they are learning to create the
education  e-learning  online  collaboration  networking  cisco  school2.0  schools  technology  elearning 
may 2008 by robertogreco
Library Outposts, a new service model for urban public libraries « Catch and Release
"strategic location (Rather than bring patrons to library, Outpost brings library to patrons) + Extended service hours + collection via hold system+reference service + wireless access + programming & exhibition space"
brooklyn  libraries  lcproject  communitycenters  community  urban  servicedesign  urbanism  nyc  futureoflearning  school2.0  schools  schooldesign 
march 2008 by robertogreco
New Media Literacy In Education: Learning Media Use While Developing Critical Thinking Skills - Robin Good's Latest News
"Learning to use participatory media tech, refining ability to speak, present and communicate visually may be among most precious skills that young generations of digital natives need to learn to be able to affect sensible change in the future."
professionaldevelopment  reform  change  medialiteracy  media  literacy  pedagogy  children  howardrheingold  education  government  internet  scholarship  school2.0  criticism  citizenship  politics  learning  lcproject  technology  future  gamechanging  online  web  user  participatory  policy  civics  democracy  institutions  multimedia  deschooling  unschooling  homeschool 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Pasta&Vinegar » Blog Archive » Why video telephones never...
“Futurism...tendency to take products of today and merely extrapolate them....TV becomes 3-D TV, cars...flying cars...telephones...videophones. Sometimes it takes the sanity of the marketplace to dash cold water on those technological projections."
future  futurism  technology  innovation  imagination  markets  phones  videophones  education  schools  reform  change  web2.0  school2.0  lcproject 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Half an Hour: Stager, Logo and Web 2.0
"school reform won't work" "People are not just opting out of traditional education. They are also opting out of traditional business and traditional government."
connectivism  constructivism  stephendownes  future  learning  school2.0  schools  education  open  ivanillich  paulofreire  critique  society  web2.0  web  politics  policy  reform  lcproject  change 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Futurist: To fix education, think Web 2.0 | CNET News.com
"Universities and employers concerned with the state of engineering education should steal a page from popular Internet culture, visionary John Seely Brown said at a conference Friday."
education  learning  universities  colleges  socialnetworking  teaching  e-learning  blogs  internet  online  pedagogy  school2.0  johnseelybrown  participatory  collaboration  collaborative  knowledge  technology  passion  social 
august 2007 by robertogreco
Building Schools for the Future
"In Knowsley, seven new learning centres will replace the 11 existing secondary schools. These centres will be exciting and inspiring places for students to learn."
change  education  innovation  instruction  learning  schools  school2.0  reform  lcproject  uk  children  informal 
august 2007 by robertogreco
Tuttle SVC: Please Read Illych, Thank You
"you can drop all this crap about Tom Friedman, "digital natives," millenials, and every other damn argument that is based on the idea that something fundamentally changed in education the day flickr was launched"
education  learning  schools  ivanillich  technology  deschooling  reform  change  society  policy  e-learning  school2.0  schooling  lcproject  schooldesign  thomasfriedman 
july 2007 by robertogreco
Half an Hour: To The School or Classroom 2.0 Advocates
"'School 2.0' is the first step toward being non-school, and that our objective should be to use technologies to leverage our ability to personalize learning, and in so doing, facilitate students' learning while taking part as full citize
schools  schooldesign  future  technology  socialsoftware  socialnetworks  networks  learning  lcproject  homeschool  education  children  teens  youth  society  organizations  alternative  community  deschooling  institutions  noschool  ivanillich  school2.0  self-preservation 
april 2007 by robertogreco

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