The #OLDSMOOC-W2 is ending. I have tried hard this week to reach my own learning goal: to increase my level of engagement not only reading and reflecting, but collaborting. I'm in the middle of that battle, trying to develop ideas on adults education and open education, but this requires time...which is not that easy to … Continue reading Content and metaphors. From the Agorà.
Hello #OLDSMOOC ers and world... Here I go with my W1 reflections, starting from a question: Should we adopt the music metaphor for Learning Design? The LARNACA DECLARATION, http://www.larnacadeclaration.org/ invites us to do so. Adopting Downes citation on the declaration (oh, forgive me for my laziness...) http://www.downes.ca/post/59780 "The purpose of creating musical notation was not simply the abstract … Continue reading Learning designers: not musicians, but dancers…?
Again, a new beginning for me. And MOOCs seem to be a freudian repetition: I can't understand why with a blowing agenda, demanding bosses (yes, more than one 🙂 and students (those are hundreds...) I decide to engage myself into another MOOC. And as somebody said, we have #OLDSMOOC for new ideas... The reply to this concern … Continue reading OLDSMOOC for new ideas