How does Communication effect teaching?
Join the conversation on #whatisschool this Thursday November 13 at 6PM EST (Friday 10am AEST, 12pm NZT, 7am Singapore) as we discuss communication in its many forms within our organisations.
“We are living a public life on a global stage, the ones who can express themselves best, will be heard.” -Laura Hill, Author The Great Story World Mix-Up, co-creator #whatisschool
As we quickly move toward a communications based workforce students who have mastered the ability to communicate are the ones that will be heard. So how do we maximise these capabilities when we don’t even know how students will be communicating?
Dr. Hussein S. El-Ghoroury, CEO and Founder of California based tech developer Ostendo, thinks he has found one of the answers to the future of communication in a 3-D smart phone based holographic interface that uses nanotechnology to project real time images from a camera no bigger that the one on an iPhone. Due out in consumer markets this summer Dr. El-Ghoroury had this to say in a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal:
“Imagine if everything coming back to you was in 3-D-all your shopping, all your gaming, everyway you receive data.”
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Questions For #Whatisschool
Thursday November 13, 6PM EST
1) What methods of communication have you employed to expand your students’ ability to communicate?
2) Which methods or technologies do students use to communicate with peers?
3) How can students and teachers employ these methods and technologies to strengthen communication skills?
4) How do you see people communicating in the future? How can you build student skills to replace forms that are obsolete?
5) Think of some ways, real or imagined, that would strengthen student’ communication skills on a global stage?
6) What role, if any, does communication play in students becoming future leaders, creators and thinkers?