Partly recorded on the airline flight from Detroit to Tokyo and partly recorded from our hotel in Shanghai for the Learning 2.0 conference, this podcast features four additional implications of our 21st century “attention economy” for teachers and students. This is the last part of a three part podcast series focusing on Michael Goldhaber’s 1997 article on “The Attention Economy” and what the implications of those ideas are in educational contexts.
- Podcast187: Implications of the Attention Economy for Schools (Part 2 of 3)
- Podcast174: Relevance in the Attention Economy Part 1: Key Ideas
- Michael Goldhaber’s 1997 article, “The Attention Economy and the Net”
- Images from GameInformer Magazine Gave Me Nightmares
- Habits of Mind from Ted Sizer and Essential Schools
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