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Is my teacher an app?

My Teacher Is an App A recent article on The Washington Post opens up in my mind a serious dilemma. This is a very fluid time for education. Many ingredients, new and old, are boiling in the cauldron, and nobody … Continue reading

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In New York City!

It’s already three days, in New York. I am well settled at the Palladium, NYU’s residence of old dancing memory, I am told. I finished working on my last things just by the end of past week, just in time … Continue reading

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The University they (we?) are a-changing

Howard Rheingold‘s recent post on his Pop-up University was delicious. First, he makes a strong case for non-credit valuable instruction. Actually, we all already knew that, but Howard’s point is perhaps to be projected to the near future, when more … Continue reading

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Teaching in one-minute “snippets”?

Image via Wikipedia So, some days ago I posted a few tweets on a little negative gem, just published by Campus Technology. It’s an article titled “Teaching in one-minute snippets” to which I replied:  “Micro-lecture 2/2: Teaching in 1-minute snippets … Continue reading

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Education Bolsheviks

Image via Wikipedia The Edu-Bolsheviks Jim Groom wrote a passionate and alarming post, a little ago (Education Connection, it’s more than just a catchy jingle…). It resonated til I found a way to make my own sense out of it. … Continue reading

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