This is from Janet Clareys slideshare & a great illustration between the differences between learning, collaborating, creating & communicating at work and at home
A Vision of K-12 Students Today
A great post here from Janet Clarey and a powerful slide show that highlights the differences between a web 2.0 learner and a typical work environment. To quote Janet;
“My definition of social learning technologies includes networking and, in the context of human systems, connections among people. Instructional content is shared among connected, networked people. It is interactive and collaborative.”
So what is the definition of social networking?
Dissertation question has changed again. I wonder how many more changes it will go through over the next 12 month?
To what extent is on-line social networking currently used to support coachees who are in an active coaching relationship?
I’m seeking to find out
It appears that there is limited literature available, If anyone has anything that they feel is relevant please leave me a reply. Thanks
I’ve been working on narrowing the question for my dissertation. It’s difficult when one question leads to so many others. So today it’s….
‘How can informal mentoring via on-line social networking enhance the coaching process?
Any relevant research, articles or links for a lit review in this area would be appreciated, although the actual question is likely to change and then change again……….
Really looking forward to the Learning & Skills Group follow up conference on 30th April in London. The conference is made up of a mixture of speaker sessions, cafe sessions, and practical workshops with opportunities to network, share and view demonstrations of the latest technologies & products.