Monthly Archives: July 2010

Treasure

I first read this paper by Jim Horn and Denise Wilburn on the Embodiment of Learning about a year and a half ago.  At that point I felt that it was an important paper but I couldn’t get my head … Continue reading

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I really really do need an iphone

Brent’s thoughts on embodied learning (well..it’s primarily location-based, but if it got people thinking about their movement habits, it’s a good start). Actually I’m a member of foursquare already…now all I need is an iphone… http://elearndev.blogspot.com/2010/06/location-based-apps-social-media-savvy.html

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I should have been talking about Knowledge Domains all along..

I wish I’d thought about the Knowledge Domains (rather than learning activity categories) earlier.  They would really have been helpful. As I’ve mentioned innumerable times before I’m interested in holistic learning from the metacognitive skill perspective and the social perspective……(trust, … Continue reading

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