This is so TRUE
Hacking Education. Strong is the will to break away from the traditional, industrial schooling model and move toward individualized learning enhanced by 21st century technology. This concept, which I loosely call "hacking education," is a movement that is not confined to 2011, but has gained steam as educators, entrepreneurs, journalists and technologists connect. Sir Ken Robinson's famous animated articulation continues to ground the discussion, but all around the world, local innovators are springing up to perpetuate real change in great knowledge exchanges. From LearnBoost's Edu Tech Innovators Meetups in San Francisco and Colorado (and more in the works!) to edu-focused TEDx events to savvy publications like EdSurge, the urge to meet up, collaborate, and change the paradigm is growing, and growing fast. Ideas are becoming action!
Her Blog is: Adventures in Online Teaching.
Fran has a nice list of Blogs, Books and Tutorials about Moodle....and another reason to have your own Moodle. Your online life/work/connections/links/assessment tools go with YOU where ever you teach.
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