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EduPunk Under the Magnifying Glass

I have been reluctant to continue to talk about the term “edublogging” largely because of the possible associations some might make with edupunk. This is a big scary monster in the closet I need to confront, and address a few issues. For one thing, I am not a supporter of the edupunk movement. I want…

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EduBlogging for Formal Institutions vs. EduBlogging for Lifelong Learning

At TechTicker, the author, Mike Bogle, wrote about the challenge of educational change and his opening paragraph outlines the conundrum: Participatory culture is significant because of its capacity to connect people, facilitate dialogue and cultivate the growth of a free-flowing landscape. This culture is built upon flexibility and freedom, as well as the capacity for individuals to “transcend their immediate surroundings…

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