Monthly Archives: January 2014

Rhizomatic Independence – Elusive

Stephen Downes, reflecting in  OLDaily on a study of emotional affordances in a MOOC, urged “a need for participants to become more self-reflective.”   Yeah, I’ve been a butterfly, or a shallow root/spindly shoot popping up here and there, mostly in … Continue reading

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Rhizomatic Pragmatism – a Contradiction?

“When what’s on your cell phone is more important than what’s in the library, we’re challenged to say how do we do education differently, because if it’s about delivery of content, Google wins over teacher every day.” GNWT director … Continue reading

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