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Quick, tongue in cheek look at the gap between the philosophy and reality of two online learning platforms.

Quick, tongue in cheek look at the gap between the philosophy and reality of two online learning platforms.

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    When an educator says... When an educator says... Presentation Transcript

    • When an educator says…There’s a good chance really mean…
      Mark Drechsler
      (and Dave)
    • Within the
      Learning Management System
    • I want to do eLearning!
    • Sure – I’m a platform philosophically aligned with constructionist pedagogy, with activities and student interaction as my centerpiece.
    • No, weren’t you listening? I said I need somewhere to store my files!
    • Uh, I have to go now...
    • Within the
      ePortfolio System
    • I want to do ePortfolios!
    • Sure – I’m a platform philosophically aligned with personal reflection, user-driven collaboration and social networking.
    • No, weren’t you listening? I said I need somewhere for my students to store their files!
    • Uh, sure, I guess...
    • Should the tail wag the dog?