14 février 2020

Self-Organized Groups and the Methods and Ethics of Accessing Learning Resources

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Self-Organized Groups and the Methods and Ethics of Accessing Learning Resources
"Respecting the self-organizing group and its decision-making capacity is the sine qua non of success. It also happens to be the absolute opposite of the organizational principles of traditional education and training." Quite so, and I appreciate the grounding of this assertion, as Jay Cross does, in the findings of the 'hole in the wall' project. This assertion, of course, is precisely the point of dispute between the 'free learning' that I and many others advocate, as opposed to the 'control learning' defended by traditional instructivists. Long-time readers of OLDaily, of course, will recall our coverage of the 'hole in the wall' project dating from 2002, thanks to Frederick Noronha. More...

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