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Transcript of knowledge
connects to other constellations of understanding
integrates into existing understandings
the perils of living in the information age
When information in plentiful,
knowledge becomes scarce.
Information is not knowledge.
To truly know something, you must
focus on it in order to internalize it and graft it into your existing understandings.
External information is not known. You cannot develop complex skills from external information.
comes and goes in the age of
neurons *are* networks of interconnected meaning,
our knowledge exists in that framework...
This process is personal, challenging and requires self discipline and focus.
In a world of
information at your fingertips
, concepts like
are considered old fashioned.
, in a desperate attempt to appear with-the-times, adopts
without understanding what it is and enters into the race for attention by chasing
Educational technology could be used to build improved epistemological and pedagogical practices, but not if we don't understand what it is.
In the meantime, society is struggling to come to terms with a digital information revolution. Teens are so inured to
and their own personal media consumption that they are virtually unteachable in a standard school setting, let alone when given access to the very connectivity they are addicted to.
supports new learning through existing knowledge