This podcast is the second of a three part podcast series focusing on a 1997 article published by Michael Goldhaber on “The Attention Economy.” In this episode I explore the first three of six implications I see of the attention economy for schools, teachers, students, and learners of all ages.

SHOWNOTES:

  1. Michael Goldhaber’s 1997 article, “The Attention Economy and the Net”
  2. Podcast174: Relevance in the Attention Economy Part 1: Key Ideas (Part 1 of 3)
  3. Podcast190: Implications of the Attention Economy for Schools (Part 3 of 3)

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One Response to Podcast187: Implications of the Attention Economy for Schools (Part 2 of 3)

  1. bsprankle says:

    Wes,

    Just wanted to say thanks for this awesome podcast. I really enjoyed it. I listened to it to and fro on the first day back with students and it really hit the spot.

    I am also in awe of your talent of being so articulate while driving! Talk about focus and attention!

    Bob

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