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Using personas in design of online and blended learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

Why would you work with personas when designing online or blended learning? Working with personas is not only useful for marketing professionals but also useful in a design process for learning trajectories. Abdel lives in the capital of Mali, studies journalism and is eager to learn.

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Tinkering with the system won’t help reinvent the purpose of education

Jenny Connected

Having followed Stephen’s e-learning 3.0 Trends in e-Learning and Virtual Education. For the e-learning 3.0 e-learning 3.0

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Two kinds of knowing

Jenny Connected

minutes), who points out the limitations of rote learning of meaningless terms without understanding. Perhaps indeed everything that exists does so only in relationships, like mathematics or music: there are aspects of quantum physics that would support such a view.

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Teams, communities and networks: a case of our homeschooling group

Mathemagenic

We had a meeting in our homeschooling group yesterday to discuss what do and how do we actually want to do together after a period of “let’s see where things go by themselves” Over last few months I almost gave up on investing in our local homeschooling community.

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Walking away from facebook

Chris Corrigan

There were a number of factors in that decision, and I’ll share what I learned and what I’m doing now. . Back in December I announced my intention to take a sabbatical from Facebook and see what would happen.

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Capacity building and scaling a participatory approach

Chris Corrigan

We mix “legacy” leaders with experienced and emerging leaders to show that learning never ends. While it’s about learning in participatory ways, the program has a kind of hidden agenda. Meanwhile, Jennifer and a small group of us began Leadership 2020 in 2011.

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Why it’s hard to talk about dialogic containers in English

Chris Corrigan

I learned today that all of these words are similar, and include not just ideas about the quality of space but time as well. When they say those things, the English ear hears the word “time” or “space” (the nouns in the sentence), but the words the Elders use are pointing to the qualities of the relationships between things in the container of time or space. Over the years, teaching about containers to people who speak these languages I have begun to learn a few concepts.

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