Stephen Downes

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Good summary and assessment of recent literature regarding generational differences between learners, and whether styles of instruction should be differentiated on that basis. "The major question addressed in this review is whether generational difference is a variable important enough to be considered during the design of instruction or the use of different educational technologies. At this time, the weight of the evidence is negative." Note that I had numerous difficulties reading this item because fonts were 'unavailable', resulting in blank pages. Via John Mak in the Connectivismeducationlearning group.

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Stephen Downes Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada
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