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Between states: metaxis, connectedness and fluency

Learning, for me, often describes a state of being between. This betweenness may refer to ideas, knowledge and understanding, modalities, or spaces. In this post I examine the nuances of terminology used to describe these states; terminology that goes beyond … Continue reading

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Learning is not about enclosures

In tonight’s #LTHEchat on Learning Spaces¬†(8pm-9pm UK at #LTHEchat) I argue that the richest learning space is that which is defined by the learner as they¬†navigate across and between spaces. Learning comes from making connections: to people, ideas, and experiences. … Continue reading

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