Sat.Oct 21, 2017 - Fri.Oct 27, 2017

#openedMOOC Week 4: Open Teaching

Jenny Connected

The topic for this week is ‘Creating, Finding and Using OERs and a lot of resources have been provided to follow up on this. More interesting for me, was the initial discussion in the Week 4 videos about open pedagogy and how networks can enable learning.

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Painting of the Marginy, New Orleans

Portals and KM

Here is a 16" x 20" oil painting of of Dauphine Street near Ferdinand in the Marginy, New Orleans completed on site. 

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Questions and reflective practice

Michelle Laurie

This morning I came across a resource that really resonated with me. Its geared toward visual practitioners however the idea is pertinent to all facilitators, process designers, strategists and others managing processes for change. You can view it here: [link].

#MeToo Why SILICON VALLEY Can’t Follow EDUCATION in Managing Abuse of Power

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

How can communities – Silicon Valley, Wall Street, Hollywood – manage harassment and abuse situations? Are Health and Education doing a better job? When I evaluate communities online and offline I look for power bases.

New publication – CommunitySensor: towards a participatory community network mapping methodology

Making CommunitySense

de Moor (2017). CommunitySensor: Towards a Participatory Community Network Mapping Methodology. The Journal of Community Informatics , 13(2): 35-58. Abstract.

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Convergence and unschooling

Mathemagenic

Unschooling, as a way to support your children interests feels for me as a very divergent practice. There is a lot of informal learning, exploration, following one’s curiosity and seizing the moment. Lots of bits pieces and sometimes even a big part of a puzzle. What worries me the most is convergence , creating conditions for documentation, systematisation, reflection that would be aligned with the values of unschooling.