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Posted by Of-CourseOnline on Sunday, 19 February 2017
It’s easier to see the movement in action rather than just reading or listening to text and looking at pictures. It’s great to see technology deliver knowledge and understanding through social media. Through Baynes paper I feel that videos demonstrating a breakdown of specific technical exercises can allow technology to ‘enhance teachers’ producing new tools for teaching and learning. It can in return allow learners to make sense of the information overload. #mscedc
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Bayne, S. (2014) What’s the matter with ‘Technology Enhanced Learning’? Learning, Media and Technology, DOI: 10.1080/17439884.2014.915851 (journal article)
Meet the Guy Trying to Break the Internet — With Ballet
Posted by OZY on Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Meet the Guy Trying to Break the Internet. You can’t beat a live performance but the power of the internet can globalise dance through social media. The footage makes me reflect on the value of marketing and reaching or building communities. Taking this perspective whilst evaluating the MOOCs, it is apparent that they are a marketing strategy. MOOCs that are created help promote the institution, participants may then be encouraged to enrol on one of the institutions academic programmes or even purchase books attached to the lecturer that created the MOOC. This leads me to the question of who technically owns the MOOC? The institution to which the MOOC is attached or the lecturer that created the content and wrote the research papers or book(s) connected to the MOOC? Are institutions creating and funding MOOCs for qualitative purpose or is it just a marketing tool?
Kim, P. (Ed.). (2014). Massive open online courses: The MOOC revolution. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
Knox, J. (2016). Posthumanism and the massive open online course: Contaminating the subject of global education. Devon, United kingdom: Routledge.
An Entire Town Secretly Learned Sign Language To Surprise Their Deaf Neighbor
Even if one could not hear and sound wasn’t an everyday occurrence we all want to connect and that drive to communicate whether through text, verbal interaction, sign language, touch or the visualisation of body movement is human instinct. This is what a community should be!! It made my day #Enjoy #Mscedc
Cyber bullies led my daughter to take her own life
Megan Evans took her own life, aged just 14, after a secret battle against cyber-bullies that she kept hidden from her parents. Her mum Nicola only found out about Megan's torment when cruel messages were discovered on her phone after her death. Nicola choose to speak to us just days after her daughter's funeral, in a desperate bid to raise awareness of cyber bullying and spare other families such heartbreak.
Posted by This Morning on Thursday, 23 February 2017
Megan Evans took her own life, aged just 14, after a secret battle against cyber-bullies that she kept hidden from her parents. Her mum Nicola only found out about Megan’s torment when cruel messages were discovered on her phone after her death. Nicola choose to speak to us just days after her daughter’s funeral, in a desperate bid to raise awareness of cyber bullying and spare other families such heartbreak.
Heartbreaking – when a cyber ‘community’ can take a life #mscedc
The article attached really struck a cord with me. I have a 10 year old daughter and understand the hardship friendships can bring within and out with the classroom. I work with teenagers and everyday try to eliminate any isolation or persecution in my studio. How would I facilitate social connections or manage challenging behaviour online? Digital Education online excites me at the possibilities but at the same time worries me as a facilitator. Young people are less resilient to the aggression behind a keyboard. Will online safety become part of my role as an educator ? Is the word ‘cyber’ a peripheral distraction from the more pressing ‘real’ issues of education and the health and well-being of young people. Kozinet speaks of the online culture as a way for people to interact and communicate with others within an online communal experience. This can include newbies, lurkers and regulars that create an online identity and social life in the virtual community. They may use this as a way to escape isolation from their real life social situations. However, we can not guarantee that there will not be ‘bashers’ set out to harass individuals online.
Kozinets, R. V. (2010) Chapter 2 ‘Understanding Culture Online’, Netnography: doing ethnographic research online. London: Sage. pp. 21-40.
This is insane!
Posted by Monstah on Wednesday, 8 February 2017
This is insane! February 08, 2017 at 11:32PM This beats virtual reality as the thought of knowing that you were actually that high in space would send my emotions through the roof. I wouldn’t be able to stay calm or enjoy this experience. What can I say, I’m not an adrenaline junkie and I do not like to be out of control. #mscedc
I can relate to this on many levels but I also understand that children can benefit from the use of technology in a world where it has become unavoidable, a necessity and part of our culture. However, I agree that it is our duty as individuals or in this case as parents to keep the balance of interaction between both human and machine healthy!
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When choreographers collaborate with technology it creates an illusion that is powerful! Technology can be framed as a tool and there are many perceptions on how technology may enhance. Our overview and interpretation may position ‘human’ and ‘technology’ as separate (Knox, 2015) or they can become enmeshed. Innovation of dance and technology has allowed the choreographer and the performer to captivate the audience. The evolution of technology and dance performance may not always run parallel but a pattern may emerge where incremental ‘steps’ lead to ambitious collaborations and productions.
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