by TeachThought Staff
Episode 90 of the TeachThought Podcast is the sixth episode in a 12-part series on reinventing learning for the always-on generation. The series is based on the award-winning book, Reinventing Learning For The Always-On Generation: Strategies And Apps That Work.
In this series, Ryan Schaaf takes a look at what a modern learner ‘is’ and how teachers can adapt to and serve them. Ryan is Assistant Professor of Technology, Notre Dame of Maryland University and Graduate Faculty at Johns Hopkins University. He is also a Director at InfoSavvy21.
The next installment in the series will explore the new reading behaviors of digital readers and how they unconsciously read text on a page or on a screen in an F or Fast-pattern, which will be released next week.
Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode
- Reinventing Learning for the Always-On Generation: Strategies and Apps that Work
- Part 1: Ep. 81 Reinventing Learning: Why Are Kids Different Today?
- Part 2: Ep. 84 Reinventing Learning: The Nine Core Learning Attributes Of The Digital Generation – A Primer
- Part 3: Ep. 85 Reinventing Learning: A#1: Digital Learners Prefer Receiving Information From Multiple, Hyperlinked Sources
- Part 4: Ep. 88 Reinventing Learning: A#2: Digital Learners Prefer Parallel Processing and Multitasking
- Part 5: Ep. 89 Reinventing Learning: A#3: Digital Learners Prefer Processing Video, Images, and Sound
- Ryan Schaaf on twitter
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