This week I was pleasantly surprised to have my Frugal Education principles feature in DigiEduHack’s Twitter thread series. They do an excellent job of setting the scene with Navi Radjou’s inspiring frugal innovation TED talk, as well as highlighting some excellent applications of frugal innovation within the context of education. The final post goes off in a different direction; focusing on the diffusion of frugal communication technology innovations. If that floats your boat then take a look. If not, then I’d suggest you make yourself a cup of tea and watch this instead. 👍
You can check out the full Tweet thread below:
Could #frugalinnovation help bridging #digitaldivide in #education?— DigiEduHack (@DigiEduHack) May 18, 2020
How #teachers #educators #librarians can #empower #learners and craft more #inclusive educational practices with #frugaleducation?
All in the thread below!
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3-— DigiEduHack (@DigiEduHack) May 18, 2020
Where to start with #frugalEducation? Check these #learningpath guidelines https://t.co/T1UHsihFSa it's all #empathy, #inclusivity, #accessibly, #practicality #sustainable and #openness! More here https://t.co/3VJPlyvFOQ via @alexmasters