Understanding the New eLearning

by Kathryn Winograd LET’S BEGIN THIS WAY: imagine you have been asked to teach in a new kind of classroom. You are led to an open doorway where beyond there is only darkness. Before entering, you are given a pair of earplugs so that you can no longer hear anything around you. You are led to a small desk where a single light shines down on the surface of it. You are told that, periodically, your students are present, but you can neither see nor hear them. Occasionally, a piece of paper appears on your desk beneath the light. It […]
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