Here is a great overview infographic we found at Edudemic.
The infographic below is from an interesting post on the visual.ly blog titled, 11 Infographics About Infographics.
The infographic below was brought to my attention by an Australian education advocate named Tess Pajaron. It presents some of the evidence that students with educational service experiences are more likely to be engaged in their communities after graduation. For me it reinforces the idea that we really need to figure out ways to embed community engagement into the experiences of online students as well. The benefits to the students, and to society are just too great to miss the opportunity.
An Infographic by www.OpenColleges.edu.au
Unfortunately, this thought-provoking graphic from Envisioning Technology completely leaves out the fact that technology is already playing an important role in experiential education. The choice of domains (classroom, studio, and virtual) fails to recognize the tremendous amount of learning that takes place by people in the places where they live. I suppose one might argue that the community is equivalent to a studio, but I believe that it is a far less controlled and predictable space than most studios. Therefore, it has an unlimited potential to inspire, re-frame and re-interpret information, ideas and knowledge. What do you think?
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