Jochen Robes über Bildung, Lernen und Trends

What’s WRONG with the edublogosphere?

Scott McLeod hat mit dieser Frage schon eine kleine Flut von Kommentaren losgetreten (42 bis jetzt). Einige der interessanten und unterhaltsamen Antworten:

„… people who „uncork“ because they feel they are anonymous …“
„Sometimes I think that all these edubloggers are just talking to each other …“
„The edublogasphere is just too small. Too few people writing blogs, too few people leaving comments and too few even reading blogs.“
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The problem as I see it, the edublogosphere is dominated by the those who are seen as the Mothers and Fathers of education, leaving little room for those regular folk with great ideas to gain any readership.“
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The biggest problem is that those that are on the front lines (teachers, others working directly with students every day) are also the ones with the least amount of time to contribute to the discussion.“
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Twitter seems to keep many bloggers from posting.“

Aber Scott McLeod ist selbst aktiver Blogger. Im nächsten Beitrag soll es deshalb um die Frage gehen: „what’s RIGHT with the edublogosphere“. (via Stephen Downes)
Scott McLeod,
Dangerously Irrelevant, 25 Februar 2010

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3 Responses to “What’s WRONG with the edublogosphere?”

  1. Lore Reß

    Das scheint mir das größte Hindernis: “The biggest problem is that those that are on the front lines (teachers, others working directly with students every day) are also the ones with the least amount of time to contribute to the discussion.” – Spüre ich gerade selbst.

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  2. Jochen Robes

    meine 2cents: Ich würde mir mehr Durchlässigkeit wünschen – zwischen Blogosphere and traditionellen Bildungs-Netzwerken.
    Gruß, JR

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