A diverse range of breakthrough technologies, including batteries capable of providing power to whole villages, “socially aware” artificial intelligence and new generation solar panels, could soon be playing a role in tackling the world’s most pressing challenges, according to a list published today by the World Economic Forum.
These are the top 10 emerging technologies of 2016 https://t.co/H12QNbaNfR
Historically most learning that has ever taken place has taken place in a classroom with a teacher giving instruction and students reading books and writing on paper. Though the 20th century, however, more and more learning has been taking place outside the classroom, using technology to reach students at a distance. For example, Australia’s ‘School of the Air’ used wireless radio transmissions to send lessons to children growing up on isolated sheep stations.[ii] And of course institutions like Britain’s Open University became expert providing learning by correspondence.
A webinar I presented for the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration on August 12.
In 25 minutes I cover the attributes of a global educator and how to get started with online global collaboration. Registration for my course 'The Global Educator' can be found on the CILC website at http://www.cilc.org/Professional-Development/Get-Certified-with-Courses/Global-Educator-Certification.aspx