1 - Unlearning – Jane Bozarth
Unlearning (or, if you prefer, overwriting existing knowledge or skill, or just pushing it to the background to accommodate something new, or rewiring pathways) is hard. You know this: remember when you switched from driving a car with a manual shift to an automatic, or moved from academic to workplace or technical writing, or confronted a new software release with a dashboard change? Old habits are hard to break, and revising old thinking patterns, even when one recognizes the need for change, is challenging. And when we’re under pressure the old learning may reemerge, as it has a longer history inside our responses.
Facebook cannot be ignored. So it’s surprising that we don’t talk about it more on Edudemic and other edtech sites, right? It has a sort of stigma that it’s not for educational purposes. All that’s about to change thanks to these 100 ways you can use Facebook in your classroom to actually learn!