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109 ideas for virtual learning : how open content will help close the digital divide, Judy Breck

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109 ideas for virtual learning : how open content will help close the digital divide
Title
109 ideas for virtual learning
Title remainder
how open content will help close the digital divide
Statement of responsibility
Judy Breck
Title variation
One hundred and nine ideas for virtual learning
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Subject
Language
eng
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1936-
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Breck, Judy
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Digital learning series
Series volume
3
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  • Teaching
  • Education
  • Internet in education
  • Computer managed instruction
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109 ideas for virtual learning : how open content will help close the digital divide, Judy Breck
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Publication
Contents
  • Idea 5.
  • Idea 50.
  • Content for small children and other learner levels
  • Idea 51.
  • Definition and history of the virtual learning cascade
  • Idea 52.
  • Eyewitness account of the subject cascade
  • Idea 53.
  • Eyewitness account of the cascade sources
  • Idea 54.
  • How open content is paid for
  • Call a kid to fix it
  • Idea 55.
  • The movement toward a new ecology of learning
  • Idea 56.
  • The increasing level of detail
  • Idea 57.
  • Ubiquitous wireless computing
  • Idea 58.
  • It takes a network for knowledge to emerge
  • Idea 59.
  • Early glimpses of the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 6.
  • Idea 60.
  • Cyberspace cognitive explosion
  • Idea 61.
  • Why it takes chaos and complexity
  • Idea 62.
  • The Cambrian explosion
  • Idea 63.
  • Highway to network to ecology
  • Idea 64.
  • The center of everything
  • I don't understand the Internet
  • Idea 65.
  • Seeing wholes
  • Idea 66.
  • Opening the universe of human learning
  • Idea 67.
  • Open content only
  • Idea 68.
  • Complexity and the emergence of meaning
  • Idea 69.
  • Minimalization
  • Idea 7.
  • Idea 70.
  • Networks
  • Idea 71.
  • Small-world networks
  • Idea 72.
  • Dynamic networks
  • Idea 73.
  • The 80-20 rule
  • Idea 74.
  • The network effect
  • The Internet is a big encyclopedia
  • Idea 75.
  • Open content vets spontaneously
  • Idea 76.
  • The Darwinian effect
  • Idea 77.
  • Virtual content creatures
  • Idea 78.
  • Why aggregated virtual knowledge is superior
  • Idea 79.
  • How to find something on the Internet
  • Idea 8.
  • Idea 80.
  • The grand idea
  • Idea 81.
  • Making learning suit the new knowledge location
  • Idea 82.
  • The knowledge itself is not isolated but connected
  • Idea 83.
  • The education to expect
  • Idea 84.
  • The adaptation of technology
  • Why only open content will endure
  • Idea 85.
  • The adaptation of content
  • Idea 86.
  • The adaptation across cultures
  • Idea 87.
  • Letting kids really learn something
  • Idea 88.
  • How kids adapt to the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 89.
  • The gift of the virtual knowledge ecology to teaching
  • Idea 9.
  • Idea 90.
  • How the education establishment could adapt
  • Idea 91.
  • Embrace the main idea
  • Idea 92.
  • Don't try to fix the schools
  • Idea 93.
  • Get the virtual knowledge ecology to the kids
  • Idea 94.
  • Use cell phone screens now
  • Children need cultural comfort
  • Idea 95.
  • Give each child of yours WI-FI
  • Idea 96.
  • Get laptops to school students
  • Idea 97.
  • Develop devices for ubiquitous mobile computing
  • Idea 98.
  • Give other people's kids WI-FI
  • Idea 99.
  • Paint the planet with access
  • Idea 1.
  • Idea 10.
  • Idea 100.
  • Transmit a lily pad
  • Idea 101.
  • Press forward on language tools
  • Idea 102.
  • Take open content into the future
  • Idea 103.
  • Accept obsolescence
  • Idea 104.
  • Think share not copyright
  • Is there a conspiracy?
  • Idea 105.
  • Make open content and they will come
  • Idea 106.
  • Open your own content
  • Idea 107.
  • Sprout language lily pads
  • Idea 108.
  • Rethink assessment
  • Idea 109.
  • Be a pixel pedagogue
  • Idea 11.
  • App.
  • The cyberschool cascade
  • The education establishment ogre
  • Idea 12.
  • Knowing the bad stuff
  • Idea 13.
  • The education establishment attitudes toward the Internet
  • Idea 14.
  • Attitude : wire the schools
  • The most important idea
  • Idea 15.
  • Attitude : technology cannot replace human teachers
  • Idea 16.
  • Attitude : books are better
  • Idea 17.
  • Attitude : ignore the Internet
  • Idea 18.
  • Attitude : reposition present education techniques online
  • Idea 19.
  • Attitude : control Internet access to protect children
  • Idea 2.
  • Idea 20.
  • Attitude : educators must choose what students use
  • Idea 21.
  • Attitude : education must retrieve control of open content
  • Idea 22.
  • Attitude : the education industry creates superior content
  • Idea 23.
  • Attitude : curriculum standards rule
  • Idea 24.
  • Attitude : wire the schools, not the kids
  • Ideas in common
  • Idea 25.
  • The response of the American public
  • Idea 26.
  • The kid's attitude
  • Idea 27.
  • The college level clearer course
  • Idea 28.
  • The extra-education little-noticed morph
  • Idea 29.
  • Distant learning is many things
  • Idea 3.
  • Idea 30.
  • Responses of various countries
  • Idea 31.
  • The accurate attitude about technology
  • Idea 32.
  • Can pedagogy be what it teaches?
  • Idea 33.
  • The "it's only access" mental block
  • Idea 34.
  • The great content cascade onto the Internet
  • Ideas are open
  • Idea 35.
  • The author's vantage point
  • Idea 36.
  • Hewlett Foundation initiative
  • Idea 37.
  • Technology was the first necessary step for access
  • Idea 38.
  • What knowledge is
  • Idea 39.
  • Knowledge moved
  • Idea 4.
  • Idea 40.
  • Why knowledge accessed in the virtual knowledge ecology is superior
  • Idea 41.
  • Open content only is accessed from the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 42.
  • Why open content is a bargain
  • Idea 43.
  • Literacy and language
  • Idea 44.
  • The container is not the content
  • Attitude of avoidance
  • Idea 45.
  • Direct, individual access
  • Idea 46.
  • Search engines as access
  • Idea 47.
  • Repositioned old kinds of access
  • Idea 48.
  • Open content for learning that is not part of the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 49.
  • Content that cascades into the virtual knowledge ecology becomes global
Control code
10246743
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 331 p.
Isbn
9781578863723
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2005023028
System control number
  • (BNAtoc) 2005023028
  • (DLC) 2005023028
Label
109 ideas for virtual learning : how open content will help close the digital divide, Judy Breck
Publication
Contents
  • Idea 5.
  • Idea 50.
  • Content for small children and other learner levels
  • Idea 51.
  • Definition and history of the virtual learning cascade
  • Idea 52.
  • Eyewitness account of the subject cascade
  • Idea 53.
  • Eyewitness account of the cascade sources
  • Idea 54.
  • How open content is paid for
  • Call a kid to fix it
  • Idea 55.
  • The movement toward a new ecology of learning
  • Idea 56.
  • The increasing level of detail
  • Idea 57.
  • Ubiquitous wireless computing
  • Idea 58.
  • It takes a network for knowledge to emerge
  • Idea 59.
  • Early glimpses of the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 6.
  • Idea 60.
  • Cyberspace cognitive explosion
  • Idea 61.
  • Why it takes chaos and complexity
  • Idea 62.
  • The Cambrian explosion
  • Idea 63.
  • Highway to network to ecology
  • Idea 64.
  • The center of everything
  • I don't understand the Internet
  • Idea 65.
  • Seeing wholes
  • Idea 66.
  • Opening the universe of human learning
  • Idea 67.
  • Open content only
  • Idea 68.
  • Complexity and the emergence of meaning
  • Idea 69.
  • Minimalization
  • Idea 7.
  • Idea 70.
  • Networks
  • Idea 71.
  • Small-world networks
  • Idea 72.
  • Dynamic networks
  • Idea 73.
  • The 80-20 rule
  • Idea 74.
  • The network effect
  • The Internet is a big encyclopedia
  • Idea 75.
  • Open content vets spontaneously
  • Idea 76.
  • The Darwinian effect
  • Idea 77.
  • Virtual content creatures
  • Idea 78.
  • Why aggregated virtual knowledge is superior
  • Idea 79.
  • How to find something on the Internet
  • Idea 8.
  • Idea 80.
  • The grand idea
  • Idea 81.
  • Making learning suit the new knowledge location
  • Idea 82.
  • The knowledge itself is not isolated but connected
  • Idea 83.
  • The education to expect
  • Idea 84.
  • The adaptation of technology
  • Why only open content will endure
  • Idea 85.
  • The adaptation of content
  • Idea 86.
  • The adaptation across cultures
  • Idea 87.
  • Letting kids really learn something
  • Idea 88.
  • How kids adapt to the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 89.
  • The gift of the virtual knowledge ecology to teaching
  • Idea 9.
  • Idea 90.
  • How the education establishment could adapt
  • Idea 91.
  • Embrace the main idea
  • Idea 92.
  • Don't try to fix the schools
  • Idea 93.
  • Get the virtual knowledge ecology to the kids
  • Idea 94.
  • Use cell phone screens now
  • Children need cultural comfort
  • Idea 95.
  • Give each child of yours WI-FI
  • Idea 96.
  • Get laptops to school students
  • Idea 97.
  • Develop devices for ubiquitous mobile computing
  • Idea 98.
  • Give other people's kids WI-FI
  • Idea 99.
  • Paint the planet with access
  • Idea 1.
  • Idea 10.
  • Idea 100.
  • Transmit a lily pad
  • Idea 101.
  • Press forward on language tools
  • Idea 102.
  • Take open content into the future
  • Idea 103.
  • Accept obsolescence
  • Idea 104.
  • Think share not copyright
  • Is there a conspiracy?
  • Idea 105.
  • Make open content and they will come
  • Idea 106.
  • Open your own content
  • Idea 107.
  • Sprout language lily pads
  • Idea 108.
  • Rethink assessment
  • Idea 109.
  • Be a pixel pedagogue
  • Idea 11.
  • App.
  • The cyberschool cascade
  • The education establishment ogre
  • Idea 12.
  • Knowing the bad stuff
  • Idea 13.
  • The education establishment attitudes toward the Internet
  • Idea 14.
  • Attitude : wire the schools
  • The most important idea
  • Idea 15.
  • Attitude : technology cannot replace human teachers
  • Idea 16.
  • Attitude : books are better
  • Idea 17.
  • Attitude : ignore the Internet
  • Idea 18.
  • Attitude : reposition present education techniques online
  • Idea 19.
  • Attitude : control Internet access to protect children
  • Idea 2.
  • Idea 20.
  • Attitude : educators must choose what students use
  • Idea 21.
  • Attitude : education must retrieve control of open content
  • Idea 22.
  • Attitude : the education industry creates superior content
  • Idea 23.
  • Attitude : curriculum standards rule
  • Idea 24.
  • Attitude : wire the schools, not the kids
  • Ideas in common
  • Idea 25.
  • The response of the American public
  • Idea 26.
  • The kid's attitude
  • Idea 27.
  • The college level clearer course
  • Idea 28.
  • The extra-education little-noticed morph
  • Idea 29.
  • Distant learning is many things
  • Idea 3.
  • Idea 30.
  • Responses of various countries
  • Idea 31.
  • The accurate attitude about technology
  • Idea 32.
  • Can pedagogy be what it teaches?
  • Idea 33.
  • The "it's only access" mental block
  • Idea 34.
  • The great content cascade onto the Internet
  • Ideas are open
  • Idea 35.
  • The author's vantage point
  • Idea 36.
  • Hewlett Foundation initiative
  • Idea 37.
  • Technology was the first necessary step for access
  • Idea 38.
  • What knowledge is
  • Idea 39.
  • Knowledge moved
  • Idea 4.
  • Idea 40.
  • Why knowledge accessed in the virtual knowledge ecology is superior
  • Idea 41.
  • Open content only is accessed from the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 42.
  • Why open content is a bargain
  • Idea 43.
  • Literacy and language
  • Idea 44.
  • The container is not the content
  • Attitude of avoidance
  • Idea 45.
  • Direct, individual access
  • Idea 46.
  • Search engines as access
  • Idea 47.
  • Repositioned old kinds of access
  • Idea 48.
  • Open content for learning that is not part of the virtual knowledge ecology
  • Idea 49.
  • Content that cascades into the virtual knowledge ecology becomes global
Control code
10246743
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 331 p.
Isbn
9781578863723
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2005023028
System control number
  • (BNAtoc) 2005023028
  • (DLC) 2005023028

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