Tag Archives: Rhizo15
It’s a Scarf!
I’ve been on holiday, spending time with family and friends. During this time the conversations turn to technology, as it often does when I’m around. I tried to explain what I’ve been doing and describe the people I’ve shared my time … Continue reading
A Post Rhizo Post – What’s Next?
It’s funny how something gets into your head and keeps moving through your thoughts. Sometimes it’s a good think – one that confirms and encourages. Other times, it’s insidious thinking that shakes your confidence. Sometimes it’s like the Lambchop song, the … Continue reading
Find your way through!
Learning never ends. Though Rhizo15 as a course will have an end, the connections, collaborations and learning will continue. At the end of this Rhizo15 learning process we come together with a celebration, sharing, and reflection on the experiences over time, … Continue reading
Hitchhiker’s Guide to Rhizo15
To conclude the Rhizo15 learning experience, Dave Cormier prompts all participants to collectively create artefacts and explore or create a ‘practical guide’ to rhizomatic learning. What is a ‘guide’? Is it a person or a thing? I recently purchased a ‘guide to gardening’ – … Continue reading
Minding my garden – a #Rhizo15 reflection on teaching
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockle shells, and pretty maids all in a row. Am I minding my garden as I teach? How does my garden grow? Is it only about beauty and … Continue reading
Counting on Content
My rhizomatic thoughts have twisted and turned in multiple directions in the past two weeks. Sometimes, skimming the surface and gazing fancifully at the sky. Other times, they have gone deep into ideas, burrowing down into the dark, with no … Continue reading
From Squirrels to Rhizomes: An intro to #rhizo15
There’s a humorous statement that’s made around here that when you get sidetracked from something, you say “squirrel”. It’s reminiscent of what happens to dogs when they are out for a walk. Every squirrel catches their attention. Movement of a … Continue reading