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New learning ecology
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New learning ecology

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New Learning Ecology for Teacher Education. Presentation given to the NC Business Committee for Education.

New Learning Ecology for Teacher Education. Presentation given to the NC Business Committee for Education.

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  • 1. A New Learning Ecology for Teacher Education Hiller A. Spires Professor & Sr. Research Fellow College of Education Friday Institute http:// thedigitalsanctuary.org/2008/10/18/churches-operating-internet-campuses /
  • 2.
    • New Literacies Collaborative
    • 1:1 Teaching & Learning for CED
    • New Literacies & Global Learning Graduate Degree
  • 3. Newlit.org
  • 4. Newlitinstitute2010.wikispaces.com
  • 5. College of Education’s 1:1 New Learning Ecology Initiative
  • 6. http://fh.house.upenn.edu/Lists/Posters/old%20timey%20lecture.jpg Old Learning Ecology
  • 7. New Learning Ecology
  • 8. http://cednlgl.wikispaces.com/
  • 9. One Teacher’s View   http://cednlgl.wikispaces.com / Andrea Gambino 7 th grade ELA/SS
  • 10. The future is already here--it’s just not evenly distributed. --William Gibson

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