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This week the topic of discussion on #moocmooc centers around anarchist educational alternatives in the context of critical pedagogy. A fascinating topic. But let me be the first to disclaim – I have no idea what all of this is … Continue reading
Gabi Witthaus’ thoughts on Making massive learning social and the discussions that followed raised some interesting questions about the need for effective groups formation and group work. Groups [or whatever we choose to label them] are important for achieving social learning in MOOCs … Continue reading
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