Should Schools Stop Feeding Boys?

Nine Shift

S hould schools stop providing lunch to boys who don't behave well? A teacher in our Gender in the Classroom course noted that taking away recess from students who don't behave is the number #1 response. . All the research indicates that recess is critical to learning, especially for boys. Boys with more frequent motion learn more, especially reading and math, other studies show.

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Drip-feed training (an online workshop)

Jane Hart

Next public online workshop runs 3 – 21 August 2015 When it comes to online learning, you don’t necessarily have to provide a course in one package. You could chunk it up and deliver it over an extended period of time (weeks or even months) on a daily or weekly basis.

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Feed the Habit: Digital Multitasking

Adaptive Path

This raises an important issue: should we design for multitasking behavior, or are we feeding a habit that is a gateway to distraction and overall work inefficiency? During a recent research and strategy project at Adaptive Path, our team uncovered a fascinating pattern around media multitasking—most participants between 20 and 30 years of age watched TV or movies while engaging with laptops, iPads, and smart phones.

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Feed your head

Mind Hacks

LiveScience has a spectacularly bad article that covers the toxicology results of Rudy Eugene, the ‘Miami cannibal’ who was immediately labelled as being high on ‘ bath salts ‘ and was predictably, not high on bath salts. But don’t let the Parp!

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Feed Filters

Tony Karrer

However, what I had hoped to find was a way for AideRSS to send me a feed of the top few posts across a large set of RSS feeds (like the 3,000 or so edublogs). It would be fairly easy for them to provide a view of a set of RSS feeds sorted by "interestingness" based on a similar formula. I had previously discussed the Aide RSS Filtering Tool - AideRSS looks at a variety of sources of information including comments, technorati, bloglines, icerocket and del.icio.us

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Feed Your Creativity: The Palate Cleanser Project

Adaptive Path

You're about halfway through your project. You've done everything right. The project plan is going swimmingly and you've entered the design phase. Fast forward a few weeks later and you are slowly losing interest. Creativity is ebbing. Your attention span starts to wane.

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Seed, feed, & weed

Clark Quinn

Using the gardener or landscaper metaphor, yesterday I said that networks need seeding, feeding, and weeding. Feed : you can’t just put in place, you have to nurture the network. In my presentation yesterday, I was talking about how to get informal learning going. As many have noted, it’s about moving from a notion of being a builder, handcrafting (or mass-producing) solutions, to being a facilitator, nurturing the community to develop it’s own capabilities.

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The Berkman bloggers feed

David Weinberger

Like a fool, until Rebecca Tabasky told me, I didn’t realize that the Berkman Center aggregates blog posts from its fellows and friends and makes them available here.

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Drip-feed training (an online workshop)

Jane Hart

[This workshop is one in a series on modernising training content] Next public online workshop runs 3 – 21 August 2015 When it comes to online learning, you don’t necessarily have to provide a course in one package. You could chunk it up and deliver it over an extended period of time (weeks or even months) […]. Social learning

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Change Your RSS Feed?

Tony Karrer

A while ago, I created a feedburner feed for this blog so I could add lots of stuff to the feed - most importantly I publish a daily summary of my new del.icio.us It appears that most people still point to my Blogspot feed. I would suggest that readers of this blog might want to change over to the FeedBurner feed to get this added functionality: [link

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Managing your RSS Feeds

Tony Karrer

Coming back from my vacation, I realized that I needed to go through a clean up exercise again on my RSS feeds. Animal House Style Managing Many RSS Feeds The Myth of Keeping Up Personal Learning for Learning Professionals - Using Web 2.0 Scanning Feeds Folder I also subscribe to a couple of specialized scanning feeds, e.g., citations to my blog, topics of interest, etc. The same is true of RSS feeds.

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Blog Post: Follow my Twitter Feeds

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen I have three Twitter feeds. Follow: DavidGurteen if you wish to track my personal feed that I use to point to interesting stuff, keep people updated on where I am, what I am doing, thinking etc. The last two feeds, Gurteen Quotes and GurteenNews and automated Tweets fed by RSS feeds from my website.

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Do You Sociate? » Mini-Feed’s not in Wikipedia

Jerry Michalski

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Full vs Partial Feeds

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Responding to Dan Lockton : Not all feeds are designed to spread the article-length content of blogs. One of my own feeds , for example, will at first glance resemble a partial feed. On closer examination, my feed turns out to be linking to longer posts from other sites. Imagine what the web would have looked had the default in blog posts and RSS feeds been as it was originally used, to point to someone else's site.

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How technological and social change are feeding on each other in an accelerating spiral

Ross Dawson

In my recent keynotes I have frequently used variations on my Transformation of Business framework , which looks at how Technology Drivers and Social Drivers lead to a changed Business Landscape , and in turn New Drivers of Success.

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New Years Resolution? How about feeding someone?

Mark Oehlert

How about improving your vocabulary while feeding people? You help feed people. How about let's carve 1/10 of that time off to play this game and help feed people. So let's just skip the part where I haven't blogged for months ok? I've been seeing innumerable and inevitable Top Ten Lists, Year-End reviews, Predictions, etc and I thought I wanted to do something different but I couldn't decide what. Yesterday though, I heard a prayer that put things in perspective for me.

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Why You Should Provide Full Feeds (especially on Blogger)

Tony Karrer

Someone pointed out that many bloggers use partial feeds which forces readers to their blog. I started with full feeds and then found myself curious about who my readers were. Ah, so to fix that I decided to change my feed to a partial feed so you only get the first paragraph. What I've learned since: Partial feeds are annoying as a blog reader, so I was being annoying providing a partial feed.

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Blogs, Automated Translations, and a Better Site Feed

Tony Karrer

Of course, this then raised the question - can't I add this to my feeds? Well, I blew it a long time ago and didn't point everyone to my feedburner feed. Using FeedBurner , I can add lots of fun stuff to the feed and I've turned on publishing a daily summary of my del.icio.us I would suggest that readers of this blog might want to change over to the FeedBurner feed to get these added functions: [link

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Harold Jarche » Don’t feed the dinosaurs

Harold Jarche

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stevenberlinjohnson.com: Live SBJ

Steven Berlin Johnson

Coming next: links to all my non-FEED writing since the late 90s. And maybe after that, fingers crossed, the complete FEED archives restored. Subscribe to this blogs feed Blog powered by TypePad

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stevenberlinjohnson.com: Introducing Outside.in

Steven Berlin Johnson

Last week I launched Ghost Map, and today Im launching the first major web site Ive helped produce since Plastic and FEED. Subscribe to this blogs feed Blog powered by TypePadstevenberlinjohnson.com « West Coast People | Main | Digging outside.in » Introducing Outside.in So its an exciting time around here at SBJ headquarters.

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Internet Time Blog » Photos of 2008

Jay Cross

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Doc Searls Weblog · Why Mitt Romney is losing

Doc Searls

Doc Searls Weblog Home About Subscribe to feed ‹ Heavy weather • Better than any obituary › Why Mitt Romney is losing January 4, 2008 in News | No comments Follow the podcast link here.

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Informal Learning Blog » Conceptual Models Redux

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Internet Time Blog » Looking for patterns in clouds

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Map to the Internet Time Ecosystem

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Different ways of looking at it

Jay Cross

RSS 90

Internet Time Blog » Make cards, signs, graphics

Jay Cross

RSS 90

Informal Learning Blog » Semantics & the first place

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Informal Learning Blog » Small pieces…

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Harold Jarche » Blog Comment Tracking

Harold Jarche

90% of everything is crap

Harold Jarche

I do use Feedly as my feed reader and subscribe to my own site, so I can ensure that the RSS feed is working. Feedly also gives me an idea of how popular a post is. Over the past 6 years that Feedly has been keeping track of my site I have written over 1,000 posts.

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Harold Jarche » Moving from Furl to del.icio.us

Harold Jarche

Designing E-Learning 3.0 in gRSShopper - 7

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Feeds One of the key attributes of gRSShopper is the harvester. This application scans websites for web feeds which it then retrieves and displays to the user for reading and processing. In a cMOOC one of the core student activities is to create blogs and submit their feed to the MOOC.

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Designing E-Learning 3.0 in gRSShopper - 8

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

OPML Now that we have a list of feeds (even if we haven't started harvesting them) we can make this list available to other people. Of course we've done that with the Your Feeds page, but that page is designed for humans. as input to Feedly (or gRSShopper!).

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): HHS and Federal Government Blogs

Mark Oehlert

Im going to head over and check out the feeds from the CBO blog and the Dept. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « "U.S. Spies Use Custom Videogames to Learn How to Think" (WIRED) | Main | The e-Learning Guilds Call for Presenters at DevLearn 2008 » May 14, 2008 HHS and Federal Government Blogs Did you know that the Secretary for Health and Human Services has a blog ? USA.gov also has a nice list of other U.S.

Complexity in Human Systems

Dave Snowden

I’ve lived long enough to see a wave of so called ‘universal’ solutions sweep through industry and government feeding hordes of consultants in the process and often damaging established and useful practice.

The Paradox of Connection

John Hagel

Many forces feed the fear, but I believe there are two fundamental ones: mounting performance pressure and the accelerating pace of change. We are becoming more connected with each other and less connected with each other at the same time.

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Working in the Facebook salt mine

Euen Semple

In doing so I guess I'm feeding the beast. I blog because I enjoy blogging. I have been doing it for so long that I can safely assume that I will always blog. I often think of just blogging on my blog and pulling out of the various social media platforms.

top tools 2019

Harold Jarche

3: Feedly : My latest feed reader, or aggregator, to keep track of blogs and news sites via RSS. Since 2007 Jane Hart has asked working professionals for their top tools for learning — TopTools4Learning — and creates three lists from thousands of responses.

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Designing E-Learning 3.0 in gRSShopper - 9

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The RSS Feed The course isn't truly distributed until it has an RSS feed. We'll use the course newsletter as our RSS feed, except we'll publish the output in rss2 format instead of HTML. Next week I’ll show how I’m using the feed rules to filter your posts for the el30 tag.

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self-perception of knowledge

Harold Jarche

It seems that social media are influencing how people read, especially when viewing links and summaries in a news feed. Sensemaking does not have to be a complicated affair.

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ILT is not Dead

Xyleme

As instructor-led training has been getting less and less of the spotlight, we have to ask ourselves if we are feeding into the stereotypes. Organizations continue to focus on implementing new and innovative ways to implement digital learning. While this trend continues to grow, statistics are showing that instructor-led training (ILT) is not dead.