Here's a bit more on my Blog Posts I Wish I Had Written piece from yesterday, which pointed to the Hybrid Pedagogy post Udacity and Online Pedagogy: Players, Learners, Objects. I really do find all of @HybridPed's work spot on - in part because they pay attention to crafting well-written pieces. But this particular one … Continue reading The space where learners create learning
I continue to be a fan of the work being done by the collaborators at Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Teaching and Technology. Well written, clever and challenging. Am filing the Aug. 27 piece Udacity and Online Pedagogy: Players, Learners, Objects under Blog Posts I Wish I had Written.
"Artefacts without participation do not carry their own meaning; and participation without artefacts is fleeting, unanchored and uncoordinated." - Etienne Wenger in “Communities of Practice and Social Learning Systems: the Career of a Concept” in Social Learning Systems and Communities of Practice, 2010. (Chris Blackmore, ed.). It is the beginning of the third week of … Continue reading Seeing the sense-making dance
It is the beginning of a new academic quarter and I am back in the classroom - an enjoyable experience for me because it's an opportunity to continue learning (and unlearning as well). In the time I had to do a some reading before the quarter began, I stumbled across a wonderful 2010 piece by … Continue reading Here’s to ‘acting as if’
This week's topic in the Change11 MOOC -- collective learning -- captures my attention because it taps into a long-running conversation I've been having (primarily with my colleagues) about re-imagining the practice of learning & development and knowledge management. And along with that: teaching in higher education. It's timely also because I'll be talking about … Continue reading Collective learning