Monthly Archives: October 2012

‘Embodied Learning’ Blends Movement, Computer Interaction

See on Scoop.it – Wearable tech and biosensors for learning Full-body gaming for learning at a school in Port Elizabeth See on www.edweek.org

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On Chesil Beach

Monumental. I think it has something to say to every one of us.

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Teams active memory, cyborgs and hacking…what’s new?

Great programme today about memory, the value of digital devices and our relationship to technology. Nice to remember we have always been cyborgs and used transcribe memory. I meant to blog this before but I’d also argue that humans have … Continue reading

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The virtue of silence and the new nature of wisdom. Space for reflection?

I absolutely love this program on Radio 3 considering now new media is altering how we know things, how we reflect and how we consider wisdom. I think it captures the disquiet i feel about the use of biosensors to … Continue reading

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How the cell phone can improve health care

See on Scoop.it – Technology Enabled Learning Nadim Mahmud says mobile technology can radically transform the way we deliver health care to underserved people in developing countries. See on edition.cnn.com

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Thoughts on Pedagogy

See on Scoop.it – Technology Enabled Learning Efferent versus Aesthetic reading – read to gather information as opposed to reading with a sensitivity to how it is written and the emotional reaction we have to it (images, associations, and feelings … Continue reading

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what is praxis?

See on Scoop.it – Technology Enabled Learning A definition of Praxis.  Can’t believe it’s only the second time I’ve come across this word (the first time was in a description of the work of drama students at the Centre of … Continue reading

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Importance of a holistic approach to critical reflection

See on Scoop.it – Wearable tech and biosensors for learning This article captures the importance of connecting to texts in different ways (holistically) in order to be able to read them critically.   In depth analysis of Quality Talk… See … Continue reading

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Data fusion

Some gaps in the research that I’d specifically like to address: 3.3.2 Data Fusion: Objective, Self, Peer and Group Assessment One important aid to the reflection process can be the fu- sion and comparison of objective (i.e. measured by sensors), … Continue reading

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RiSR – A Wearable Sensor Network that Helps You Land Dates – Fashioning Technology

See on Scoop.it – Arduino Geeks   I’m not a 100% sure if this is a spoof on wearable technology or a real product, but considering the longevity of the video, I do believe that RiSR is indee…… See on … Continue reading

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