The Networked Student… in plain English

This CommonCraft inspired video does an excellent job of explaining what a truly networked student looks like. And more importantly, what the teachers role is for them.

Consider it your weekend video break.

By | 2008-12-06T07:10:38+00:00 December 6th, 2008|YouTube|20 Comments

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  1. Michael Walker 12/6/2008 at Dec 06, 08 | 9:54 am

    Steve,
    Blogged about this yesterday here.
    I think Wendy hit the nail on the head with this video. I also felt my own learning journey yesterday, mirrored the networked student. My question is how do we design professional development to transform educators from being the “Sage on the Stage” to “Learning Concierge”? It seems to me that in order to assist students in making connections, we need to be connected ourselves. I’m not sure that regular classroom teachers with “full plates” have the time or energy to do that. Perhaps that is roll tech integrationists need to fill. Provide lists of connections for people. Thoughts?

    Michael Walker´s most recent blog post.. Syncronicity Regarding the Future of Learning: Are you a Sherpa or a Jazz Musician?

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  4. Leo Mann 12/9/2008 at Dec 09, 08 | 7:48 pm

    Steve- Thanks for all of the great podcasts and blog info. Keep it up.I just wanted to share with you another site that I frequent: http://thetechteacher.libsyn.com Great stuff there too.

    Leo

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  6. Pamela Stoyka Bishop 1/9/2009 at Jan 09, 09 | 10:38 am

    The networked student in plain English http://tinyurl.com/64btmf

  7. Nicholas 1/22/2009 at Jan 22, 09 | 10:11 am

    Hi Mr.Dembo,
    Thank you for commenting on my blog. Most of my friends don’t like sushi either. We actually just watched a “in plain english” video on wikis. Unfortunately I could not view your video because youtube is blocked in our district.
    Bye

    Nicholas´s most recent blog post.. After School Snacks

  8. Greg-Media Specialist 1/27/2009 at Jan 27, 09 | 4:37 pm

    Hello,
    Michael Walker’s question gets to the source of the mission. Kids can do anything we ask them in regards to integrating technology into their learning. The difficulty is with many of our teachers. I don’t have the answer to: ” how do we design professional development to transform educators”. Getting our administrators to give up time for training is the starting place. After that I know it has to be hands on learning or it is wasted time.
    Thanks,
    Greg

  9. Jenn Lortz 2/18/2009 at Feb 18, 09 | 2:24 pm

    reading -The Networked Student in plain English by @teach42 http://tinyurl.com/64btmf

  10. Lonna 2/18/2009 at Feb 18, 09 | 9:46 pm

    Steve
    I agree with Leo, the techteacher podcast is awesome and should be in every teachers tool kit.

  11. Bill Johnsen 2/21/2009 at Feb 21, 09 | 8:33 am

    Networked Student in Plain English. http://tinyurl.com/64btmf

  12. Jacqueline Morris 11/16/2009 at Nov 16, 09 | 1:47 pm

    Reading – The Networked Student in plain English – by @teach42 http://bit.ly/5Rpcw

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