Glass orb with reflection of the landscape in it

EduBlog Insights : EduBlog Insights I’ve seen some posts from Anne before, but for whatever reason, always had difficulty accessing her site.
I’m glad that I’ve found it again, as this is a useful post.
While referencing Helen Chen from Stanford, Anne says:

that the learning environment that students reside in is one that is characterized by multitasking, visual orientation, immediate gratification, and parallel processing. This environment may lend itself to students who are left with only their reactions instead of their reflections. The importance of building reflection and critical thinking into the learning process was emphasized

Blogs are put forward as a good tool for this.
There are other links to related posts.

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