How might a disabled or handicapped WUaS
student & in their room/home in a group VIDEO conferencing classroom in Google Street View in the Addison Museum in the Boston area, for example, add to experience of learning?
Assistive_Technologies at WUaS (planned in all 7,943 languages)
Museums (all in all 7,943 languages) -
Virtual Worlds -
How might a disabled WUaS student & room in VIDEO classroom in G Street View in Addison Museum add to learning exp?
Appreciating this Stanford University Online High School approach to group video classroom - https://ohs.stanford.edu/take-tour/classroom - accessible here - https://ohs.stanford.edu/take-tour - and especially re World University and School's pedagogical plans for engaging the Conference Method re Reed College but online in developing new ways.
Appreciating too outgoing Stanford University President Hennessy's talk - http://ecorner.stanford.edu/videos/3849/Great-Leadership-Can-Be-Learned-Entire-Talk - and emphasis on entrepreneurship, leadership as well as the physical beauty of Stanford's campus (which I posted yesterday too).
Great Leadership Can Be Learned [Entire Talk]
John Hennessy, Stanford University