Daily Archives: October 27, 2010

Teacherplex – A network of smart people helping others learn

The traditional learning paradigm starts with the presentation of educational material, eventually followed by a test to see how well it was understood. By inverting the order of lecture and test, the process can become much more fun and efficient. … Continue reading

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Agents Provocateurs

Supporting OERs is not simply about supporting the production of open educational resources, it’s about integrating these into the metabolism of the organization. The use of OERs in education involves far more than the mere presentation of OERs, and that … Continue reading

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A day with Dave Snowden

A day with Dave Snowden Problems come in four domains: simple, complicated, complex, and chaotic. Each calls for a different approach. This is a sense making framework, not a categorization method. I tried to capture this in my notes, which … Continue reading

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