The Editor's Blog
We have three editions this year in May, August and October.
International writers include danah boyd - trends in youth behaviour online, Geetha Narayanan - slow schooling, Jenny Ambrozek - Enterprise 2.0-business blogging and Barbara Ganley and Barbara Sawhill on connecting learning spaces, using social softwares.
Live conversations with these writers will follow each edition publication.
Well for those of you who missed this fantastic session with Sean and Paula Lancaster, you can now listen back to the archived recording.
You’ll hear generous and open professionals sharing/surfacing their thinking processes behind teaching educators and enabling them to change. Really valuable conversation… and connections.
To listen to, or revisit these gems click to [...]
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Just a quick reminder about the conversation with Paula and Sean Lancaster titled ‘Technology shaping learner dispositions’. The conversation will further explore the ideas presented in their article on change in preservice and in service teacher education at:
Join us Tuesday 28th at 2pm ADT, 1pm QLD, 1.30pm SA 4pm NZ [...]
Just letting you know that the final edition for 2006 will be out 14 November, for your listening viewing, reading pleasure.
Contributions cover: the use of technology to enable teacher reflection, creating culturally inclusive curriculum through constructive self critique, the creation of more enabling social, relational use of Web 2.0 and mobile technologies for learning, [...]
The live conversation with Nancy White, to further our exploration into blogs and community is on Tuesday 26 September 2pm AEST, or Monday 25 September in US.
Click (https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=995&miuid=6EF957A67F2E379BB999DCB648384907) to enter the session half an hour before.
Nancy’s also visiting Australia in October, so hope to catch up with some of you at the Tasmanian event.
Going Communal - Edition 11 of The Knowledge Tree - is available now at http://kt.flexiblelearning.net.au/edition-11-editorial/
The live conversation with Nancy White, to further our exploration into blogs and community is on 26 September 2pm AEST, or 25 September in US.
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Just a quick note to tell you what to expect in next week’s edition of The Knowledge Tree: an e-Journal of Learning Innovation.
The impact of blogging on online communities is the focus of Edition 11.
The lead article ‘Launching a New Paradigm for Online Community?’ is by respected Seattle based online community facilitator Nancy White [...]
With attendees from Taiwan, China, Japan, New Zealand and several states of Australia, the live conversation with Dr Michael Thomas was both enlightening and connecting
The recording is at:
Hope you can join us next time.
Thank you for supporting the Knowledge Tree e-journal.
I just wanted to invite you to the live conversation with Dr. Michael Thomas
The session will be held in Elluminate Live! on Tuesday 25 July at 2 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time
OR 5 am 25 July in UK (sorry), 12 pm Western Australia, 1.00 pm Japan, 1.30 [...]
Another edition of The Knowledge Tree is just out for your enjoyment and listening pleasure.
This one focuses on all things aural, like podcasting - how well do we plan for using new technologies like iPods? what benefits do they bring to learning environments? how do you make podcasts of high learning design and sound [...]
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- Blogs and Community – launching a new paradigm for online community? (26)
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- Open complementing closed - PLE and LMS - why, what for and how? (6)
- iPods in Education:Innovations in the Implementation of Mobile Learning (5)
- Surveying online technology: a matter of design by Ian Robertson (4)
- Time Shifting Time - Podvocation -what it is and why you should care. (4)
- Upcoming in Edition 13 - The use of cellphones as a support mechanism for students on placement (4)
- Finding your voice online: Margaret Robson (3)
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