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De traditionele vormen van onderwijzen krijgen concurrentie van het ‘nieuwe’ web (web2.0?)
clipped from willrichardson.wikispaces.com
The Web is Challenging Traditional Approaches to How We Learn
  • Our kids are already creating their own networks. Fan Fiction is one site where “affinity groups” meet.
  • And they are using networks to create change around the world. (Taking IT Global)
  • And like it or not, MySpace is another example of kids creating their own networks.
  • But so are student role models, (Meg Cabot)
  • Millions and millions of people are participating in the new social networking services. (Wikipedia)
  • Research is beginning to show that social networks have a positive influence on learning.
  • And teachers have their own as well. (Classroom 2.0)
  • But we can help our kids to start creating their own networks as well and work with people around the world. (Nata Village)
  • We can also build networks in virtual worlds. In fact, over 70 colleges already have. (Berkman Center in Second Life)
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