In this presentation given at the Social Media for Teaching and Learning event in Boston this fall, Jeff Borden of Pearson explains that as technology informs educational processes for delivery, assessment, content creation, and more, the evolution of that technology is transforming teaching and learning. But, as we shift from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0, education must filter through the glitz and "shiny objects" to best understand what actually works and what does not. This presentation will draw on educational best practices from past to present (and even look to the future). From Bloom to Kolb to Johnson and Johnson, rote memorization to authentic assessment, learning theory to practical application, the World Wide Web has tools that not only help educators promote sound pedagogy, but advance it.
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