Tag Archives: rhizomatic learning

Catalysts

Teachers activate learning. They are catalysts for ideas and concepts. With a thoughtful question or timely prompt, they set thinking into motion. This spurs action from their students – actions in thought or physical tasks. In the truest scientific sense, … Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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Work of a different kind!

My last post was about having some fun. Well it’s been nothing but work since that last post. But, it’s been work of a different kind. I’ve tackled some design and development of open, online course materials for a few … Continue reading

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