Thanks Gonzalo and Pan for a great wall!
I think these images pretty much speak for themselves:
But if I had to provide some ...
Here is a fun short blog about simulations and kids: My son has $23.6 billion. How is yours doing?.
- Start a simulation mindset for major strategic decisions. Determine the minimum viable model you can use to represent your situation. Use that model to create a game, discussion, or workshop. Play.
- Get familiar with the “Wisdom of Crowds” concept. It’s a critical intellectual foundation for why this approach will work. But without simulation, it can be hard to use.
- Let your future executives, er, children, hone their strategy skills early: guide their games rather than just criticizing them.
As a continuation of my popular blog series on finding a new job (more here, here, and here) , I want to discuss a new article on The Muse: 4 Better...
We had a nice group for our session today — 12 attendees in all (almost enough participants to continue our Learning Theater Design Event tradition!) whom Hui Soo craftily divided into three groups of four for our group work component.
Gary began the presentation with an overview of our goals for the learning theater with an emphasis of "mapping" digital learning back into physical space. Hui Soo prompted participants to imagine ambitious ways to use the theater, and I discussed our current design strategy for all audio/visual components.
Participants raised some great questions about how we planned to facilitate use of such a robust (e.g., complex and flexible!) space... they echoed our design concerns about the pedagogical value of technology, but they responded positively to the idea of using the space in experimental and audacious ways.
Hui Soo and Gary and headed back, and I am finishing up the day here and heading back in the morning.
Hey, I'd like a little magic in the theater! On a related note: nothing bad should ever happen in the theater.
The news about Google Helpouts shutting down this month caught my attention. Here's an online learning community connected to one of the world's largest social networks (Google+) that couldn't stay open for business–"it couldn't grow fast enough" for Google to justify its continued existence.
You might say, "wait, if Google can't do it, how can EdLab?" But that's the wrong lesson–instead, I prefer to think of it as a tech giant over-reaching into the education marketplace. As of...
So, what shall we do with it?
Link to Apple Live notes
This short video is culled from library-related project proposals that garnered funding from the Knight Foundation:
See funding amounts in the article.
Are any of these ideas useful here at TC? I wonder if the "activating public libraries" idea about hosting students in the same online courses could be valuable. (Perhaps a good match for our cafe space.)
Im also intrigued by the measure the future code for our data dashboard project.
How would you invest?
Hi all, please join us for a reception with high school students and project partners from Creative Art Works and CU's School of the Arts this Wednesday at 6pm in the 3rd floor gallery. (There will be snacks and libations.)
There will be a short program with speakers from Murals participants at 6:30pm. See more about the show here.