Manifesto for Teaching Online

What can the manifesto do?

It’s been a really rich few weeks of activity around the manifesto – thanks to those who have emailed, commented, blogged and remixed. There are some very exciting ideas and provocative challenges being put forward. We’ve already blogged a bit about why the manifesto is focused on teaching. Another matter that’s …

Why teaching not learning?

A few people have commented on the emphasis on teaching over learning that’s implied in the title of the manifesto. This was a deliberate move to highlight what we think has been an over-emphasis on ‘learning’ in the context of online education. Our view is that it’s important to continue …

And our second re-mix

From Dennis Dollens at .  On Twitter, he describes it as an “algorithmic wordle remix of remix. Morphing literature to graphics. Multidirectional zig-zag reading.” Thanks, Dennis!  For me, this image is capturing something quite organic – a cross between a digital fingerprint (the individuality of experience?) and structured growth. …


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