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About Ken Carroll « Stunted Skype, social networks and language learning » Linear and non-linear learning     Obligatory pic of horrific looking 19th cen school that should add impact to the post. Linear learning   Textbooks, curricula, and our educational system itself are the products of a mechanistic past. 

Minding mapping in the Social Media Classroom

Jenny Connected

According to Howard, mindmapping is a way of breaking out of linear thinking and moving towards lateral and visual thinking. Source: [link] ).

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Minding mapping in the Social Media Classroom

Jenny Connected

According to Howard, mindmapping is a way of breaking out of linear thinking and moving towards lateral and visual thinking. Source: [link] ).

2013 11

Representational Democracy is Dead

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Democracy is Linear. Very linear. Democracy could be Digital (non linear). We don’t live in a linear world anymore.

Creative Facilitation – the Book!

Viv Mcwaters

The linear format dictated by the book format gave us many sleepless nights. Facilitation is not linear. Start anywhere. Dive in.

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The Rhizome as a Metaphor for Learning in a MOOC

Jenny Connected

power point seemed too linear and structured for reasons which hopefully will become clear in our presentation. on Friday June 27 th  . 1987).

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Diversity is hard

Jenny Connected

Complex systems are heterogeneous, asymmetrical and full of non-linear, unpredictable interactions, which means we cannot fully know or control them.

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More Reflections on SharePoint and Picking Technology | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This is a good tool if you want to have a linear written record (i.e. This proved to be very true. What is its development history? My folders.

ModPo – Learn how to undo the way in which we read

Jenny Connected

Al Filreis’ Modern and Contemporary American Poetry (ModPo) open course/Coursera MOOC has started again today. That data belongs to Coursera.

2014 84

#digitalbadges: SCoPE seminar on Digital Badges

Jenny Connected

(screenshot from Peter Rawsthorne’s presentation). This is how he describes his intentions for the seminar. Task 1  . Task 2   . Task 3  .

2012 40

#digitalbadges: SCoPE seminar on Digital Badges

Jenny Connected

(screenshot from Peter Rawsthorne’s presentation). This is how he describes his intentions for the seminar. Task 1  . Task 2   . Task 3  .

2012 40

Being Better: Strategic Leadership for Business Ecosystems

Partnering Resources

Second: Strategy development and implementation will never follow a linear path again. Adaptive Business Ecosystems. What does this mean? Moore.

2012 117

Complexity and movements change culture

Chris Corrigan

The key thing to notice here is that culture is changed by evolving movements, not linear programs. Movements are messy, complex and organic.

2016 29

The Social Enterprise and The Circular Economy

Elsua

Social Networking / Computing or Social Business (In my case, Social Enterprise ). There’s a great thread on G+ from Sameer Patel on the “how.”

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Exploring the Divided Brain – a 4 day course with Iain McGilchrist. Day 1 (am)

Jenny Connected

He was being told that progress is linear, but he knew it to be circular; we arrive back at the place just above where we started.

2016 58

OLDSMOOC Launch

Jenny Connected

Hi @jennymackness , I actually claimed that #instrcutionaldesign is more linear, and #learningdesign more messy / iterative #oldsmooc.

2013 51

New metaphors for learning

Jenny Connected

Stephen pointed out that our education system is geared to linear, time-oriented, objectives and outcomes driven ways of thinking and learning.

2016 23

How Social Networking Tools Enable Heutagogy in Learning Organisations

Elsua

Now imagine you swap the wordings ’ teaching ’ for ‘learning’ and  ‘our schools’ for ‘ our workplaces ’. Read it out loud again, please. Slowly. Yikes!

2016 72

The Divided Brain: implications for education

Jenny Connected

The situation presents a paradox for linear analysis, like M.C. Source of image . Attention is a type of awareness and has to be conscious.

2014 40

OLDSMOOC Launch

Jenny Connected

Much frustration was vented on Twitter, which the OLDSMOOC team, to their credit, did their best to contain. An amazing achievement looking back on it.

2013 51

Disintermediated sensemaking

Chris Corrigan

in other words, where you have replicable results, linear, summative evaluation works great. Avoid premature convergence.

2014 23

The Social Engagement Journey

Community Guy

The focus of that conversation has been about a theoretically linear progression companies make through social media. Click to enlarge.

The Rhizome: a problematic metaphor for teaching and learning in a MOOC

Jenny Connected

(Source of image:  https://socialdigitalelective.wordpress.com/groups/rhizomes/ ). Mackness, J., Bell, F. & Funes, M. 2016). The 2015). 25-38.

2016 23

5 ways how drawing helps you think better

Net-Map Toolbox

And that is because there is something special about visualizing what you know – as compared to merely saying or writing it down.

2014 35

Explaining Cynefin for strategy and decision making

Chris Corrigan

I have been teaching the Cynefin framework for a number of years now. The goal is simplicity and clarity in description. Cynefin

2015 31

What is the Diversification ‘Sweet Spot’? We have an Answer.15%

Governance in a Networked World

While we found a modest linear relationship favouring more interlocks, the enduring pattern came when we investigated the non-linear patterns.

2012 43

This complex world is hard.

Chris Corrigan

And no amount of rational and linear planning will address that feeling.  in fact quite the opposite. Just off a call with a potential client today and we were scoping out some of the work that we might do together, with a small organization facing unprecedented change. And no one can. That’s it.

2015 21

Unflattening: text, drawing and alternative perspectives

Jenny Connected

Unflattening’ is a gem of a book. The book is an outcome of Nick Sousanis’ PhD dissertation which he presented in comic format. References. and J.

2016 23

Talking about counting things

Chris Corrigan

In a linear system, you are aiming for certain end states and targets. In a complex and non-linear system you are aiming to keep to vectors. Sometimes people see that I’m a dialogue practitioner and the assume that I am not a fan of quantitative measurement. In any endeavour both qualitative and quantitative measurements are important.

Next steps in rhizomatic learning research (Rhizo14)

Jenny Connected

Deleuze and Guattari were opposed to arborescent, vertical, linear and hierarchical ways of thinking and proposed the rhizome, as an alternative. 

2014 33

Customer service : avoid being the victim of you social media success - Bertrand Duperrin's Notepad

John Tropea - Delicious Community

But this is not possible when the load is following a linear trend and the situation is not exceptional at all. Bookmarks & links. Contact.

2013 23

Do social networks help farmers detect cattle disease? And what does that have to do with you?

Net-Map Toolbox

Descriptive analysis and a linear regression model were used to analyze the data. Could you tell if they were healthy or sick?

Teaching the five Cynefin domains using physical exercises

Chris Corrigan

There were different ways this was accomplished but everyone settled on a linear shape with the tallest at one end and the shortest at the other.

2013 24

Reflections from 2011 – Is Employee Engagement Still a Myth?

Elsua

Probably, because we are not done with it yet, but, most possibly, because we need to shift gears with it. Quite the opposite. Indeed, that simple!

The simple rules for working with complexity

Chris Corrigan

What we should avoid: Retrospective coherence, we should learn from the past but not assume that what happened will repeat, or that it had linear causality. I’ve been using the Cynefin framework for many years now. Today Dave Snowden posts a very useful set of guidelines for working with complexity that are captured in the framework.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

August 1, 2007 Time as Chimera T he realization that time is not linear, is not just a dimension likethe dimensions of space, could change our perception and understandingof everything. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. And perhaps then we realize that it is anillusion, a construct.

Prototyping and strategic planning

Chris Corrigan

It’s worth a visit. It got me thinking this morning about some of the tools I use for planning these days. The basic frame of “ What?

Measuring Knowledge Effectiveness

Chris Collison

The welcome was very warm, but the fog was dense and cold as we donned hard hats and safety shoes for a tour of the site. Pauses for thought.

What can facilitators learn from Steve Jobs?

Viv Mcwaters

So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problem. Here’s some quotes from Steve Jobs on design: “Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, if you dig deeper, it’s really how it works. Primarily, it was how it worked.

Making Sense of the Rhizome Metaphor for Teaching and Learning

Jenny Connected

One of the reasons for these posts is that it is going to be impossible to cover all this in the time we have available at the conference.

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