This is a series of provocations designed to provide resources for students to inquire into the Four C’s of 21st Century Learning. For more, click here.
Does anyone else find the concept of communication fascinating? Its history? The way it’s evolving? The way people seem to bend it in new ways to meet their needs?
That’s why I hope you enjoy this provocation with your students. There is so much to think about beyond just the stereotypical, “Can you clearly convey your ideas?”
Resource #1: The Evolution of the Desk by Harvard Innovation Lab via designboom
Resource #2: The Science of Science Communication by the Duke & the Duck
Resource #3: Vonage – Communication is Everything by Steve Savalle
Resource #4: Satirizing ‘code-switching’ on screen by Newsy
Resource #5: Picture books ~ Say Something by Peter Reynolds & The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet by Carmen Agra Deedy
- How is communication changing today? How is it compare to the past? What is the same and what is different about communication now vs. communication throughout human history?
- What are examples of modern communication?
- What is the connection to social justice and communication?
- How does code-switching work in communication? Why is it significant?
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