Editor’s note: What would the classroom look like if you applied some service design thinking?
Editor’s note: Provocative post by Nick Shackleton-Jones. How do you talk about the learning in the workplace?
Editor’s note: A look at what education, especially higher education could look like. The work at Quest University, Canada, looks compelling.
The first Open University graduates graduated 40 years ago. The BBC marks the occasion with…
Editor’s note: A look at how Apple’s latest mobile operating system Ios7 is targeting the education market. Thanks to @designedlearnin for sharing.
Editor’s note: Tune into what John Seely Brown has to say about education and learning – it is must-listen-to stuff, especially his thinking on content, skills and dispositions.
Editor’s note: A lot here on education but more generally about learning – the kind of debate and thinking that will impact how business and learning functions operate.
Editor’s note: A mini tour of how technology is changing the way teachers and students operate – includes some of the new tech tools being developed in this sector.
Howard Gardner, Hobbs professor of cognition and education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, shares…
Editor’s note: Thanks to David Smith for sharing this article that looks at the importance of social and collaborative skills in learning versus the current testing knowledge approach to education.
Editor’s note: A four-part series to explore four dimensions of using tablets, such as the iPad, in educational settings.
Editor’s note: This Universities UK report looks at how MOOCs are, and will continue, to disrupt higher education. A good read for issues aroumnd MOOCs, what students will be experiencing in education and how MOOCs might work in conjunction with, and for, employers.
Editor’s note: So why isn’t this happening in the corporate learning technology space? Be interesting to see what apps come out of it.
Editor’s note: A new OECD series of individual Education Policy Outlook Country Profiles does just that: each profile describes how an individual country is responding to key challenges to improve the effectiveness of its education system.