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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Hugh Blackmer tagged learning

"...As a society, we continue trending toward individualism and superficiality even as we value connection, community, and authenticity. We disengage from community, social action, and politics. We amuse ourselves to death. And the most amazing collaboration and creativity machine ever created celebrates its 20th anniversary as a distraction device..."

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nicely done, but plenty more to be added and said

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(this one is really worth your time to read and ponder, and the comments are pretty rich too)

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A fine rant from George Siemens, "Open isn’t so open anymore", with this Aux Armes: "We need some good ol’ radicals in open education. You know, the types that have a vision and an ideological orientation that defies the pragmatics of reality. Stubborn, irritating, aggravating visionaries..."

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the CogDog rampant, worth a bunch of your valuable time

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seems to me that this NAILS it...

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"integrates the formal principles of the Bauhaus Basic Course into an introduction to digital media production with the Adobe Creative Suite..." and is FREE in wiki form and CreativeCommons. A wonderful example of effective Teaching

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Really worth a read, especially for those who still harbor gristly bits (tending to lodge in back teeth) about their own educations and the choices offered and actually made.

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Mike Wesch steals another march. FOLLOW those links to see how it works, and note what MW sez: "I feel like this is one of those “Rear View Mirror” moments in which a new technology comes into our lives with enormous potential and we just don’t know what to do with it yet. We think of it in terms of what we know (pen and paper) and fail to recognize the potential. .."

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