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Grant Potter

Grant Potter

https://lite.lincdireproject.org/ Language Integration through E-portfolio (LITE) - student that promotes reflection on culture, the learning process, learning experiences and on one’s own identity.

Grant Potter

Love how @EmilyCarrU publicly celebrates student learning and portfolios http://theshow.ecuad.ca/

Grant Potter

http://www.capetowndeclaration.org/cpt10/ "However, is not limited to just . It also draws upon open technologies that facilitate collaborative, flexible learning and the open sharing of teaching practices that empower educators to benefit from the best ideas of their colleagues"

Grant Potter

https://qz.com/1158839/the-case-against-library-fines-according-to-the-head-of-the-new-york-public-library/ cc: @sleslie "So we know 11,000 kids and teens have rekindled their relationship with reading, learning, and libraries one month after we offered the amnesty."

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https://hapgood.us/2018/01/03/people-are-not-freaking-out-over-machine-learning-clickbait-and-misinformation-nearly-enough/ "You have machine learning — which loves short and simple feedback loops — and you have social media, which has a business model and interface built around those loops."

Grant Potter

http://www.arl.org/storage/documents/FinalPressReleaseforNNPrinciplesHigherEdandLibraries.pdf "At its best, the Internet is a platform for teaching and learning, collaboration, and interaction among students, faculty, researchers, library patrons, local communities, and the world."

Grant Potter

Please let this guy keynote someplace, “Anything Can Be Attempted: Table-Top Role Playing Games as Learning and Pedagogy.” https://boingboing.net/2017/11/20/meet-a-professional-dd-dungeo.html

Grant Potter

https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/10/darpa-brain-stimulation-can-accelerate-learning-by-40-know-why-it-works-could-be-common-by-2023.html “Changes in functional connectivity between areas in high frequency bands accounts for improvements within learning.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnVf1ZoCJSo

Grant Potter

via @audreywatters http://hackeducation.com/2017/09/14/learning-objects "SCORM and the LMS – their purposes, their histories – are somewhat inseparable. (And I want you to consider the implications of that: that the demands of the federal government and the US military for a standardized “elearning” experience has profoundly shaped one of the foundational pieces of ed-tech that is used today by almost all colleges and increasingly even K–12 schools."