Open University Innovating Pedagogy Report, 2019

Jenny Connected

2019). Innovating Pedagogy 2019: Open University Innovation Report 7. ‘ Place-based learning’, for example, speaks to me: I can easily imagine taking some students into a place, whatever it is, and asking them what they can infer from their surroundings. Ferguson, R.,

2019 155

Mapping the social innovation ecosystems around public libraries together: the Czech connection(s)

Making CommunitySense

They form the “ third places ” where individual citizens meet and mingle, get informed, learn, as well as form and share opinions. Public libraries are cornerstones of civil society.

2019 206

Two kinds of knowing

Jenny Connected

McGilchrist is not the only person to observe that there are two kinds of knowing. Writing under the pen name Joanna Field, Milner wrote a book, ‘A Life of One’s Own’, in which she analyses her own personal experience of the pursuit of happiness.

2019 155

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.

2019 130

Listening to and Learning from the ‘Other’

Jenny Connected

Basically each and every person who is not me is ‘Other’, which seems obvious, so what is the issue? And Young (1995) writes: I am always and always have been in relation to the Other – meaning the other person. Do we try to listen and learn from the ‘Other’?

2019 155

Attending to the invisible ‘Other’

Jenny Connected

What are the implications of what is invisible for how we live and learn? Mejias’ understanding of the ‘Other’ and feeling invisible comes from his personal experience of being an immigrant. Kochi Biennale 2019.

2019 148

My personal year of learning about evaluation

Chris Corrigan

For a number of years I have been studying and learning about evaluation. All of this learning and relationship has made me a more conscious facilitator and strategist.

2019 75

Visiting Kolkata with a Wheelchair User

Jenny Connected

We were there three days and in all that time of being out and about for eight hours each day, I didn’t see one other person in a wheelchair. And we also learned that the airport staff, whilst extremely polite and kind, do not know how to lift someone who is paralysed. Personal Kolkat

2019 130

Meet Beau, a reflection chatbot

Joitske Hulsebosch

You have to play with the importance of learning objectives and the level of detail, depending on the situation. Make goals / learning objectives also the subject of conversation. However, talking to specialists I learned that sometimes a scripted bot is all you need. Talking to a text chatbot instead of a person, and typing instead of talking often helps the reflection process. Working in a small group to design a blended training I felt very annoyed.

2019 116

Tool of the month: do-it-yourself animation videos

Joitske Hulsebosch

The bad news is that it takes you quite some time the first time to learn the program. Anyone can now create an animation video using handy do-it-yourself tools. In this blog you will find a number of tools and tips to start with.

2019 151

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. . Discussion of complex idea has devolved into the equivalent of drive-by shootings, often deeply personal. And so I show up as a real person but with a fake name.

2019 93

Collaboration is the Hallmark of Community

How to Save the World

As our chorus of 25 rehearsed, I was reminded of the incredible sense of community and joy that learning and singing great music together brings. I ‘ve spent many hours over the past four months rehearsing for a choir performance, a benefit for our local food bank.

2019 63

Unschooling myself: traces through time

Mathemagenic

Something I find amazing every time I experience it – how unschooling as an educational choice for the kids turns to be a personal learning trajectory for us, as parents. Over the years it made me face my worst fears and imperfections, to see and accept things as they are and to learn from that point. Some of this stuff is pretty personal and I write about it in friends-only LJ, but there are enough “tips of the iceberg” visible here as well.

2019 89

Capacity building and scaling a participatory approach

Chris Corrigan

The basis of that program is a leadership approach that is very similar and deeply informed by what we in the Art of Hosting community know as the four-fold practice: that great leadership is personal, practice-based, participatory and perceptive. And no one person or team can do it alone.

2019 68

Open web, newcomers and community tools

Mathemagenic

I guess it had to do not only with the state of things on the web but also with my own processes of learning in other spaces and building up enough energy to rejoin in the open. One of the things that FB does well is an easy way to switch between person-centric profiles that help networking to semi-closed and closed spaces for a community forming and even getting things done (despite all odds :)).

2019 89

Growing ideas and PKMastery workshop

Mathemagenic

I needed to make that choice eight years ago, to be able to recover from burnout and to learn how to care for myself, our three kids and my permaculture garden. So, when I got back on Twitter, just at the right moment to get an invitation for a Personal Knowledge Mastery workshop by Harold Jarche in Eindhoven, I had all the fun of getting an update from the first hands of someone who was helping ideas to grow further integrating insights of different people.

2019 89

The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

Autodesk was the beginning of a personal journey to study the implicit and explicit value of communities (in their various manifestations) to companies. A version of this post appeared on LinkedIn in February of 2019. I’ve worked with some form of community my entire career.

2019 46

How Can We Prepare For an Unknowable Future?

How to Save the World

So at this stage that would seem to be my answer: First, re-skill our community’s people (learn the essential skills that we will need if and when economic and ecological collapse leads to bankrupt governments and corporations and broken infrastructure).

2019 65

Even Simpler and More Hopeless Than That

How to Save the World

The sense of a separate person with free will and choice inhabiting a body is an illusion, an evolutionary misstep, a psychosomatic misunderstanding that arises in creatures with large brains. image from youtube video by principieuniversi.com .

2019 54

From the feed

Chris Corrigan

Understanding the Learner and the Learning Process. I am fascinated by the connection between how we learn in complex systems and how we strategize in complexity. And there is no better lab for understanding good complexity learning than complex sports like basketball and football.

2019 56

Blogging Without Facebook

How to Save the World

It’s my auxiliary memory, my means to think out loud and figure things out when there’s no one I can talk to in person about things. ”) and for thinking out loud (we learn much of what we learn by telling it, incoherently at first, to others).

2019 48

Curious About Radical Non-Duality But Hate Videos?

How to Save the World

T he essential message of radical non-duality, as opposed to more historical types of non-duality, is that there is no ‘you’ — no separate person or thing, no self, no ‘awareness’ or ‘consciousness’ or ‘enlightenment’ or liberation, no self-control or choice or volition or agency or responsibility, no time or space, no life or death, no path or process to get closer to the ‘truth’, no knowledge or experience, no meaning or purpose.

2019 45

A decade of living and learning, hosting and harvesting

Chris Corrigan

Since then, I have facilitated literally hundreds of gatherings from two person retreats to international conferences using a variety of participatory methodologies. I have mostly survived by holding questions, opening myself to learning, and reminding myself that I don’t have to be the expert all the time. And who can know what I’ll be writing about on August 31, 2019, in my 51st year, as I catch myself surprised at all that has happened.

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