Designing the Classroom of the Future | always learningConsidering that education may look very different in a reasonably short amount of time, that we’re going 1:1 in the next year, continuing to expand our online course offerings, and that the school is not too afraid of taking risks, I want to make sure we don’t just design a great classroom for today. I’m just not quite sure how to bring our classroom design into the present, while still being forward-thinking enough to take us into the future at the same time.
About the series | A 21st Century Education Film Series These films look specifically at the ways that the latest digital and mobile technologies can potentially transform the ways that young people communicate, collaborate, and learn. “The twelve first-person films that make up this series explore three related themes, each in its own way at the center of current debate about what works, and what’s needed, to help students succeed during school and in life.”
Image Forensics : Error Level Analysis Error level analysis seeks to prove that whether or not an image has been altered. It takes the image and shows differing error levels throughout it, strongly suggesting some form of digital manipulation. Areas to note are the lips and shirt, as well as the eyes. All are at significantly different error levels than their surroundings. Presumably, colours have been altered and areas brightened.
National Novel Writing Month NaNoWriMo is an annual (November) novel writing project that brings together professional and amateur writers from all over the world.” Write a novel in a month with the nanowrimo website’s encouragment and structure.
The new era of workplace learning The new era of workplace learning – Jane Hart This is the second of a two-part article that looks at the emerging trends in learning tools and workplace learning. In this part, Jane Hart, a Social Business Consultant from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies – http://www.C4LPT – and a member of the Internet Time Alliance, looks at the future of workplace learning and the implications for Learning & Development.