This post is part of a 10 day posting challenge issued by Tina Zita. You can’t be a connected educator if you don’t contribute. Sometimes we need a nudge to remember that if nobody shares, nobody learns. Thanks Tina!
In this year’s 10 posts in 10 days challenge, I wanted to find a theme for my posts. It had to be something I needed to explore more deeply, but I also wanted to present the ideas as an organized curation to better help others approach a topic that might be new to them.
In 2016, I was intrigued by how Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano offered her readers a structure to learn from her thinking. By providing an advance organizer, she linked her ideas together in a way that helped her readers navigate through the topic in a meaningful way.
Recently, the idea that we live in an information filter bubble, and that these “bubbles” are part of massive social change, has entered into conversations on multiple platforms. I want to learn more about how we came to this place, and the strategies and habits we need to intentionally escape from those bubbles.
I am planning the following posts, and I will link back to them here (this is my initial thinking, so as I learn more, the topics might shift).
I welcome your feedback, comments and suggestions as I learn more about who has the power in our interconnected, yet insular, digital world.
Some initial resources:
Tech Gypsies Podcast (caution – adult language)
Featured image by Califmom, shared under a CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license.