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Designing for the autonomous learner
Designing for the autonomous learner

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Learning to learn
Serendipity is a powerful tool of nature. Disciples of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will recognise it as perturbation, random stuff chucked in to deviate us from some set path that would ensure we saw only what was visible from that pathway, potentially mis...

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Situational awareness
It seems a long time ago since I heard Marc Prensky speak at E-Fest in Wellington. My mind was a bit shut off to him because of his work with the Department of Defense, which really isn't my bag, but he talked about "twitch speed" and that clicked for me. B...

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I haven't been to the lighthouse for years. There's no road to it, you have to walk. You drive the car to a spot the locals call Jack's Point. It's named after Bloody Jack, a hard man who, by his name, you might think was a fierce warlord. Turns out he got ...

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I haven't been to the lighthouse for years. There's no road to it, you have to walk. You drive the car to a spot the locals call Jack's Point. It's named after Bloody Jack, a hard man who, by his name, you might think was a fierce warlord. Turns out he got ...

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General Purpose Soup
Make up 1 litre of good quality stock Add 1 desert spoon of each sesame oil fish sauce soy sauce plum sauce Add whatever you have fish chicken pork kale spring onion carrot exotic mixed mushrooms ...

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Started on the narrative. Don't expect this to be easy. Didn't put my hand up for "easy".

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Nature provides
Just like you find dock leaves growing near nettles, so river mint grows near to where trout swim. Put a sprig of mint in the cavity to offset any muddy taste. Gut the trout as soon as possible Keep them cool until you're ready to smoke them Rub the lightly...

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By role playing highly effective people, participants might learn effective strategies, feel at first hand the knack of being effective, and actually become effective in their real daily lives. I think this encapsulates my thinking behind the ARGEF (Alterna...

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Integrated Media Experience
It's only semantics, but I like "Integrated Media Experience" better than "Transmedia". An Integrated Media Experience sounds like it could one day translate into some kind of learning design: it fits with ideas of five dimensional learning... x, y, z, time...

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Serendipity
Do you know that feeling when an article or book seemingly falls into your hands at just the right moment in time? I expect it can be explained by science, but seen subjectively it's an amazing sensation. In the d.school’s early days, a group of us were sit...
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