Classroom lessons and learning should have qualities that could make them go viral, writes Kristen Swanson, a consultant for Authentic Education and an Edcamp organizer. In this blog post, she writes about the qualities of lessons that she has seen go viral, such as learning experiences that invite others to participate and lessons that are simple to understand. Swanson writes that viral experiences are powerful and able to have a big effect on "culture and the way that people live their lives."
What does it take for learning to go viral?
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