In Why Start with Pedagogy 4 Good Reasons, 4 Good Solutions, Cathy Davidson writes: "If your goal is equality in a world where inequality is structural and violent and pervasive, you can at least start with your classroom as a place in which to model a better way...Be an activist in the realm where you … Continue reading If enterprise social networks might help us remake organizational learning, what is our pedagogy?
My post Working Out Loud Week Lesson: Ignore the Network apparently struck a chord. And what's most interesting to me is that it did so among people whose work I truly admire. They've reminded me of what's really important about this "out loud" process. And where working out loud may be falling short. In the … Continue reading You don’t need to read this. I’m really just writing for myself.
I am still reflecting on the experience of the #msloc430 working out loud week. Yes, this definitely was one of those let's-just-do-this-and-see-what-happens events. But I am beginning to see lessons. One lesson is - ignore the network. Or put another way: It's ok to chat up the fire hydrant. This is counter-intuitive. But I think … Continue reading Working out loud week lesson: Ignore the network
We've been working out loud. Reflections soon.
Last night I posted a bit about the design constraints of our enterprise social network system in trying to mimic some of the serendipitous interactions that you experience when working out loud on the web. Or participating in a cMOOC, which encourages learning and thinking out loud. It was pretty clear at that point that … Continue reading A design challenge update: Diversity (and quantity!) of working out loud posts