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.
Howard Gardner, Hobbs professor of cognition and education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, shares…
A short film about how we learn – provocative and inspiring at the same time…
Editor’s note: useful list to follow on from yesterday’s link on gender differences in learning.
Editor’s note: Jane Bozarth on the challenges of what we call learning, after all learning is existential. What words would you use?
Editor’s note: a simple question which Jane Hart expands on, which in turn is leading to some interesting discussion.
Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones pulls together all the ways in which he has observed learning taking place. A work in progress but a very informative read.
Editor’s note: A bit of Friday fun from Andrew Jacobs . . . what is learning like?
Ahead of his keynote to the 2011 learning Live conference, Professor Robert Winston shared his…
Editor’s note: Jane Hart explores how enterprise community management can help bring learning and work together.
Editor’s note: Some insights into mobile and learning from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Editor’s note: Dan Pontefract shares an infographic depicting learning and collaboration in action at Telus. Thanks to @c4lpt for sharing the link.
Editor’s note: The global nature of personal communication coupled with the easy of use of doing it – through mobile devices – is changing the way we learn, says Steve Wheeler. This will have a big impact on the role of schools and work-based learning.