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This post is motivated in parts by an article from Maha Bali on “Educational Standards” and by Dave Cormier’s #rhizo15 Week’s 1 topic – Learning Subjectives. Maha is spot on (I am interpreting her post) when she says that learning … Continue reading
For no obvious reason at all I started off #Rhizo15 with the urge to do something every day. In no time I found myself reading various blogs from participants and decided it might just be a good idea to curate … Continue reading
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