Dave Cormier’s Rhizo 15 – a practical view is here and i find myself in a precarious position – sort of between a state of wanting to participate, yet remain peripheral. The trouble is i don’t know how to do either. We are well into the “thing” (a course still?, massive?, not sure) by way of Learning Subjectives. Blog posts from are already popping up from participants and on random thoughts. Sarah Honeychurch offered her views on collaboration. She suggests that not all learning is collaborative and that some learning is necessarily private. A discussion around Collaboration/Cooperation is taking place in the rhizo Facebook group as expected. The challenges for me as always is way-finding – to “start” and get “acclimatised”. So far the ways of #rhizo15 are unclear and perhaps this is so by “design”. Not a problem. Can I design a learning space on my own, and for myself? And what about collaboration? For now I think I will ponder collaboration/cooperation.
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