Three Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning – By Will Richardson

I read another interesting article this morning on The New York Times Blog: The Learning Network titled, Three Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning. The article was written by Will Richardson who is an educator, parent, blogger and an “outspoken advocate for change in schools and classrooms in the context of the diverse new learning opportunities that the Web and other technologies now offer”.
As the title suggests, the article focuses on three starting points for innovative learning practices. Will talks about his experience using technology to improve his teaching practices, and touches on three starting points that helped him develop online relationships to bring new ideas to the classroom.

The three starting points discussed in the article are:

  1. Thin the Walls of Your Classroom.
  2. Talk to Strangers
  3. Be Transparent

For the full article click here!

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