Week 1 Resources (from Greg Walker)
- Video of the week: Rethinking Education
- A TIPPING POINT IN LEARNING – “SHARE AND LEARN” OPENS A NEW ERA!
- Community choices – dealing with overload
- An educational community of inquiry is a group of individuals who collaboratively engage in purposeful critical discourse and reflection to construct personal meaning and confirm mutual understanding. The model of a community of inquiry constitutes three elements essential to an educational experience: Cognitive Presence, Social Presence and Teaching Presence.
- 1% Rule - Wikipedia- In Internet culture, the 1% rule or the 90–9–1 principle (sometimes also presented as 89:10:1 ratio) reflects a theory that more people will lurk in a virtual community than will participate. This term is often used to refer to participation inequality in the context of the Internet. The “90–9–1″ version of this rule states that 1% of people create content, 9% edit or modify that content, and 90% view the content without contributing.
- The Art of Building Virtual Communities by Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach 2007. Sheryl Nussbaum Beach‘s 2011presentation, “Connected Learning Communities: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age.” Slides on Google Docs
- Connected Learning Communities: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age, Wesley Fryer.
- Servant-leadership: the Online Way! E-learning where community building is key
- Slideshow: Building an Online Learning Community
Week 2 Resources (from Greg Walker)
Video of the Week Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!
To Facilitate or to Teach – CC By Leigh Blackall with discussion in the comments.
Effective Online Facilitation – Australian Flexible Learning Framework guide.
Three types of online facilitation
Ten Tips for Effective Online Facilitation
Online facilitation: Facilitating, moderating, or teaching?
Overview of Mobile Learning
Twitters for Educators (This an educators intro to Twitter)
Mobile training vs mobile learning
Seven Myth’s of Mobile Learning
Project Mobilise wiki
Skip’s Diigo bookmarks (mobilelearning)
Using Mobile Technology to Enhance Students’ Educational Experiences (EDUCAUSE)
Mobile Learning Resources from EDUCAUSE
Discussion: Read Mobile training vs mobile learning. Share how you use your mobile device now, is there any learning you do at this point? Informal (phoning a neighbor on how to raise tomato plants?) or formal (phoning to a colleague to get a technical answer)?