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Week 3 In the Open / OER 2

All attended art assignments in the open on Tuesday 5th October. We have been learning about OER. It is important that you understand what an OER is since you will produce an open learning project then invite the members of… Continue Reading →

Week 3 In the Open—OER 1

Today’s workshop involved looking at some of the different definitions of ‘openness’ in the context of open learning and Open Educational Resources (OER). We worked in small groups, each reading one of the three different definitions given in the OER… Continue Reading →

Week 2 The reflection Para- Swarm Reading Peeragogy 3.0

On Thursday, 30 September 2021, our Blue Basho group met in the café. Before the meeting, we each read our assigned chapter of Peeragogy 3.0. For this seminar, we all took turns to summarise the chapters we had read, so… Continue Reading →

Week 3 Open Learning is at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

Blue Basho has been holding an ‘Artist’s Toolkit’ workshop at ESW on Thursday morning, 7 October, with artists Debjani Banerjee and Naomi Garriock guiding us through the activities. As it will help you to understand your own art workshop design… Continue Reading →

Week 2 Swarming Peeragogy 3.0

Part VOrganizing a LearningContext CO-LEARNING Co-Learning (p137), it also calls “Collaborative learning” is an umbrella term for a variety of educational approaches involving joint intellectual effort by students, or students and teachers together. Usually, students are working in groups of… Continue Reading →

Week 2 The Make Gold workshop—-Shift/Work workshop

Blue / Red Basho Materials for ‘Make Gold’: Shift/Workers: 3> participants Marker Pen and a large sheet of paper (A3>) Each of us speculated on how to achieve the impossible and the process of developing and achieving a method for doing… Continue Reading →

Week 1 We are Blue Basho

Establish our peer group as our Basho: While the phrase Basho 場所 is used widely in Japanese culture, the particular concept – “logic of place” – was developed by Nishida Kitaro – founder of the Kyoto School of Philosophy in… Continue Reading →

Week 0 Reading notes——The Educational Turn in Art & Curating

“Clearly this man, who had been a genuinely great teacher of things I could no longer be excited by, saw learning as a series of turns.” Things are universally connected, things are eternal development, existence is reasonable. “They allow us… Continue Reading →

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