Social Media Revolution – Luddite or Innovator?

  • Posted by Dora Denk
  • On 2009-12-15
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  • 21st century learning, computer, connectedness, education, innovator, intuyu, intuyu consulting, learning, luddite, media, revolution, school, social media, teaching, technology, youtube
I was having a conversation last week with a teacher about the change that has occured (and is occuring) in the world since the advent of the computer. I believe I was one of the lucky ones because I jumped on the wave right at the start. I had my first PC at the age […]
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Skills for the 21st Century: Puzzles vs Mysteries

  • Posted by Dora Denk
  • On 2009-12-07
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  • 21st century learning, capacities, education, future, intuyu consulting, learning, malcolm gladwell, mysteries, pedagogy, puzzles, skills, students, teaching, thinking, what the dog saw
I have just been reading Malcolm Gladwell’s latest book “What the Dog Saw” (Allen Lane 2009) and one of the articles in the book had me thinking [http://www.gladwell.com]. In this particular chapter of the book called “Open Secrets” Malcolm discusses a distinction made by a national security expert (Gregory Treverton) between puzzles and mysteries and […]
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