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It’s that time of year.
We are entering the age of collaboration.
Social Networking: Learning Theory in Action
Editor’s note : This is the third of a three-part guest post by venture capitalist Mark Suster of GRP Partners on “Social Networking: The Past, Present, And Future.” Read Part I and Part II first.
A shift is happening in workplaces across the globe.
We’ve all been there.
When innovative educator Will Richardson speaks to audiences he often asks how many people belong to social networks (aside from dating sites*)? About 10% of hands go up depending on the audience. He follows that with how many people teach MySpace or Facebook?
Key elements of success for innovative businesses is the ability to collaborate and do it well.
"Education has to change.
Learning is a continuum of degrees of formality • BY JAY CROSS In the five years since the publication of Informal Learning, I’ve become the Johnny Appleseed of informal learning. I didn’t invent the concept.
You've probably heard me say this before, but I am increasingly of the view that the workplace training/learning/L&D (whatever they're called in your organisation) team should be moved out of HR and into Operations.
Jane Hart writes an interesting post on top-down vs. bottom-up approaches to nurturing social media in organizations, making the excellent point that bottom up support of existing social media activities will work better than imposing social media use from the top down.
How often do we read about the importance of teachers in education?
Just a little (relevant) holiday fun...
Earlier this week I gave the following presentation to a groups of first year Accounting and Finance students: and was kindly asked by Pauline Randall of Florizel Media to write up a reflective account of the presentation and what kind of impact it had on the students.