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“an unconference is a participant-oriented meeting where the attendees decide on the agenda, discussion topics, workshops, and, often, even the time and venues.”  (Budd et al. 2015: 2) I chose the What? So what? Now what? model to reflect on my sprint4. WHAT My Basho group and I were asked to organise a public event […]

I chose the What? So what? Now what? model to reflect on my sprint3. What? In Sprint 3 I was asked to design an open workshop, which I think is part of the preparation for the barcamp, what are my options? Or how do I create a teaching activity (similar to a lesson plan) that […]

“I have been just been commissioned to create an Artist’s Toolkit that is a comprehensive open educational resource (OER). I’ve been advised that I should avoid making assumptions about the learners that will use this Toolkit. Since I will only be paid when I complete the commission, I have very few resources at my disposal. […]

SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVISM The social constructivist view of knowledge: the dynamic nature of knowledge (knowledge at this stage is not static) The social constructivist view of learning: 1. active construction :The view that learning is a process of active construction, no matter how well the teacher speaks and visualizes, students cannot learn exactly as the teacher […]

In the collective psyche, the talents of the individual are diminished and so is their individuality. Heterogeneity is swallowed up by homogeneity and the unconscious quality prevails.                                                         […]

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