Don’t worry! I used the google glass on the dashboard so I don’t have to hold anything and I can look straight ahead…

Don’t worry! I used the google glass on the dashboard so I don’t have to hold anything and I can look straight ahead at the road. 

I realized yesterday that I think in terms of communities or groups, now. Whenever I am learning something new, I am thinking about which audience it makes sense for. Do you do this, and if so, how does it affect your learning (or your students’ learning)?

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  1. Ben Wilkoff one of the things I tend to think about is whether or not the post is appropriate for a community.  For example, if the item is really cool, but not specifically connected, should it go in this place?  This is especially true when I think about the goals or missions of the community (i.e. my blog posts maybe don’t belong in the Student Blogging Network community).

  2. Ben Wilkoff one of the things I tend to think about is whether or not the post is appropriate for a community.  For example, if the item is really cool, but not specifically connected, should it go in this place?  This is especially true when I think about the goals or missions of the community (i.e. my blog posts maybe don’t belong in the Student Blogging Network community).

  3. Ben Wilkoff one of the things I tend to think about is whether or not the post is appropriate for a community.  For example, if the item is really cool, but not specifically connected, should it go in this place?  This is especially true when I think about the goals or missions of the community (i.e. my blog posts maybe don’t belong in the Student Blogging Network community).

  4. I am sometimes mindful of the “marinade” of a community.  Depending on the members of a community sharing can sometimes lead to an echo-chamber effect with similar ideas bouncing around.  Hence, it is important to broaden communities to incorporate various perspectives and voices.

  5. I am sometimes mindful of the “marinade” of a community.  Depending on the members of a community sharing can sometimes lead to an echo-chamber effect with similar ideas bouncing around.  Hence, it is important to broaden communities to incorporate various perspectives and voices.

  6. I am sometimes mindful of the “marinade” of a community.  Depending on the members of a community sharing can sometimes lead to an echo-chamber effect with similar ideas bouncing around.  Hence, it is important to broaden communities to incorporate various perspectives and voices.

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