Learning is a Multi Modal Conversation

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Learning is a global multi-modal conversation and it is [r]evolutionary. Choice, co-creation, and information access are changing what it means to be a net-savvy teacher. As we pour our own words, …

Learning is a global multi-modal conversation and it is [r]evolutionary. Choice, co-creation, and information access are changing what it means to be a net-savvy teacher. As we pour our own words, tags, sounds, images, and multimedia into the ever-increasing global knowledge and information pool, we have to become adept at patterns of connectivity in these learning contexts. More than ever flexibility and personalization are at the core of re-purposing our libraris and learning environments in a Web 2.0 world. Are you up for the challenge?

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  • 1. Judy O’Connell St Joseph’s College, Hunters Hill School Libraries Leading Learning Australian School Library Association (NSW) 28 March 2008 www.judyoconnell.com
  • 2. Photo: Woodley wonderworks Photo: question mark
  • 3. We have always cared! Learning by questioning (Socrates) Learning by doing (Piaget, Papert) Learning through dialogue (Vygotsky, Mercer) Learning through reflection (Dewey, Jarvis)
  • 4. What kind of lifeline do we throw? subject material? Cover the  Promote  thinking and  creativity?
  • 5. The Escalator http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKrHX6afkhs