Stephen Gilfus
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With a foundation of more than 20 years of unparalleled experience and success, The Gilfus Education Group brings every project unmatched capabilities and personalized focus to achieve outstanding results. Based in Washington, DC, the firm is led by one of the most respected and innovative executives in the education industry.

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Social Learning Buzz Masks Deeper Dimensions Mitigating the confusion surrounding “Social Learning”

Posted on August 14, 2009 at 1:14pm 0 Comments

Article by Frank Ganis. distributed via White paper by the Gilfus Education Group


It is our hope that by leveraging socially based technologies the education industry can shape a new educational technology paradigm that realizes the promises of true “Social Learning”.

By understanding its applications we can create a unique opportunity to improve student engagement, student retention, academic success and overall educational outcomes.

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At 8:04am on August 22, 2009, Daniel Bassill said…
Hi Stephen, looks like you have a lot of experience, and capacity, to not only help educators and youth, but to help public leaders build better understanding of complex social and economic problems. I encourage you to skim some of my blog articles that focus on helping youth connect with mentors and tutors from the business community, and aim to enlist business leaders to support such involvement as part of their own workforce development and diversity strategies, rather than just philanthropy and public relations.


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