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Using Twitter & Experiential Learning

My good friend Adam Clark (school counsellor at the Yokohama International School, Tokyo, Japan) and fellow adventure programmer & snowboarder, designed an awesome experiential/participatory learning activity which is not only NEW but utilises emerging technologies such as Twitter.

He also blends the use of a redacted (def: to obscure or remove text from a document prior to publication or release) article written by the CIA.

Step-by-step instructions are included, check it out:

Click this link, or visit this URL http://whoisadamclark.com/2013/02/07/participatory-learning-twitter-and-redacted-by-the-cia/ (sorry, this link is no longer active.)

Inventive stuff, and fun.

Thanks, Adam.

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