Below is the problem statement, I am going with.
The problem is that students enrolled in online courses fail to effectively take ownership of their learning experience because technology tools are not being focused on developing metacognitive skills. If anyone runs across any relevant data- put me on!
Added by Don Robinson on July 26, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Developing a problem statement. Looking for a direction for my ARP. I would like to focus on developing metcognitive skills using technology.
Problem statement breakdown.
Suggestions are welcomed and encouraged!
Added by Don Robinson on July 21, 2009 at 7:40am —
A portion of this post is a response to a class discussion, addressing the idea of using social networking tools in a standard classroom setting. My classmate didn't think it was a good idea to incorporate these technologies in the standard learning process. Technology such as Twitter and other social networking technologies used in the classroom can "possibly" disrupt the standard learning process. An… Continue
Added by Don Robinson on April 12, 2009 at 9:02pm —
1.5 million cellphone ebooks are available for download from Google. Access to knowledge is changing at the speed of light. If knowledge is power then many of us should be deified during this life time. The sheer amount of information at our finger tips pushes our realities over the edge and into the what President Obama spoke of throughout this campaign. Welcome to the knowledge economy, too late we can't hit the breaks now. What ever you do, make sure fear doesn't paralyze you,for every… Continue
Added by Don Robinson on February 5, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Right now, today, we have the winds of change at our backs. We have a new administration that is willing to accept innovative ideas across the board. Educators are in a position to play a major role in this learning transformation. The next administration may not be willing to lend the support that the current administration is lending. America depends on individuals, groups and organizations to bring needed ideas to the table for discussion. How can we take advantage of this moment? Web 2.0… Continue
Added by Don Robinson on January 27, 2009 at 6:00pm —