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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
Thinking about place and power - a site written and curated by Stuart Elden
A blog about openness in education by Leo Havemann
The resuscitated thoughts of Katharine Birbalsingh, Headmistress at Michaela
Musings from a 2nd-7th gr CS teacher
Decoding copyright and bringing you enlightenment
Education theories and research. Mostly.
We are teaching london computing
Supporting World Heutagogy Day #wHday18
thoughts mostly about learning
[media, technology and morality]
Doctorate is the goal, learning is the journey.
conversations on character
Musings about this and that in education.
Programming, Common Core, and Rich Math Tasks
Educators shootin' from the hip.
"More than machinery, we need humanity."