Monthly Archives: September 2020

Feedback: where learning begins #activelearning

While the title of this post is intentionally contentious, it allows me to reflect on one or two recent discussions and reinforce some key ideas about active learning design, especially in the context of ‘unified’ active learning (UAL): how it … Continue reading

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Networked authorship as a site of learning

The co-creation of knowledge is, I think, represented in the idea of networked authorship. It’s a term that works very well for me, though it is not widely used as far as I can tell. It was Matt Johnston at … Continue reading

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What is co-operative learning?

I was asked by the Co-operative College: ‘what do I understand by the term co-operative learning?’ My response will sit alongside others in an introductory online course on co-operative education. Here’s my answer to the question. Flipgrid video version: https://flipgrid.com/s/bd52e0344b99Continue reading

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Curation as a pedagogy #activelearning

This article considers the agency of the learner in an active learning context. It considers curation as an act of making; more than taking, the learner processes artefacts to discover new knowledge. Curation is an iterative learning activity of collecting, … Continue reading

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