repurposing learning

networkedlearning

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Learning in the “presence of those who are absent” (Rheingold, 2002, p. 196) can be an uplifting process, however the #etmooc carnival currently playing in a Google+/ Twitter/ Blackboard collaborate zone-near-you draws on each participant’s metacognitive process to enhance repurposing and synthesises connected learning, as illustrated above.…

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advice to those about to enter the wilderness

woods

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“Always in the big woods when you leave familiar ground and step off alone into a new place, there I will be, along with feelings of curiosity and excitement, a little nagging of dread. It is the ancient fear of the Unknown, as it is your first bond with the wilderness you are going into” (Wendell Berry, naturalist, quoted in Steinbach, 2000, p.

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tracing contoured landscapes

abstract lines

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This week has traced a contoured landscape similar to the image above: Trough, dip, peak, slide and ripple. 

Holidays can be like that, especially when your household is jumbled with young adults coming late/ going soon/ sleeping in/ conspiring.…

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hello #etmooc

#etmooc

 

Hello #etmooc on PhotoPeach,

  1. Orientation Activity

I have tried to embed.

Copied the code twice.

Then we had dinner.

Maybe it will work tomorrow.

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Flatlines like this: Hello #etmooc on PhotoPeach. But I like this photo from morgueFile which makes me feel that anything is possible:

pier

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So Plan B is this link.…

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