The Social Networking, apparently caused a situation where most students (or, allow me to say, most children) think that the world is only inside the media, limiting their will to explore the real world of the earth. You did mention some works to be conducted in order to minimize such effect! Thank you for opening my eyes, Sir! 🙂
Social Networking has now possibly surpassed our young students understanding of networking as a whole, as they are very adept at meeting a new friend online through another friend and striking up a conversation around a topic of interest.
Source: Innovation as Behavior – Aaron Grill – Medium
I couldn’t help sharing this one. Such a great admonition!
Marketers must be able to identify the emotions of the target audience beyond the AI, analytics and data, then execute strategies and tactics that apply this emotional intelligence to motivate their target to take action.
Credit to: Jamie Glass
“A theory of action connects the action of a teacher to the expected effect on students. Four of the theories were whole-school changes — things like having high expectations and positive relationships, focusing on inquiry and building curiosity, protocols for what teachers are working on and what students should be learning — and the other six were teacher-specific changes (things like framing higher-order questions, connecting feedback and data, and committing to assessment for learning).”
Source: Tapping Teachers’ Intrinsic Motivation to Develop School Improvements | MindShift | KQED News
“The question of what technology dealing with Artificial Intelligence is doing to our cognitive patterns has been the subject of strong opinions but few robust studies. Some scholars claim that the brain has always been adapting to new tools. New neural patterns emerged when people began speaking, reading or writing. Digital tools and software code are just the next step, they say. Man is seen as his or her own maker — a maker of life through new tools and new practices enabled by those new tools.”
Source: Complex Intelligence – Medium
“And stop stressing over how your daughter will do on next week’s quiz: instead, focus on what your daughter can learn if she does it all herself, without nagging and pestering and pressure. If she does indeed fail the quiz, she may be forced to ask herself what went wrong, and what she could do better next time.”
Source: What do Students Lose by Being Perfect? Valuable Failure | MindShift | KQED News