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[[Long and short arc learning design]]...

 

Social Pedagogies [...]

Randy Bass as defining social pedagogies as > cluster of teaching practices that "engage students with...an 'authentic audience' (other than the teacher) where the representation of knowledge for an audience is absolutely central to the construction of knowledge in a course" **Examples** - about the experience of doing this in a Linear Algebra course. **Related** - ...

 

Commons-based peer production [...]

Benkler & Nissenbaum (2006) define common-based peer production as > a socio-economic system of production that is emerging in the digitally networked environment. Facilitated by the technical infrastructure of the Internet, the hallmark of this socio-technical system is collaboration among large groups of individuals, sometimes in the order of tens or even hundreds o...

 

Response to the Selwyn type critique of educational technology [...]

> I enjoyed that talk much more than I really wanted to. The point that I keep grappling with is that if you've got the luxury of working for a living where what you have to produce can be critique then there is not so much of a problem with this. > Many people who work in the edtech area do not earn their living in that way and they have to engage in various forms o...

 

Queensland Universities – balance of academic/non-academic employees [...]

> The Queensland Auditor General the state’s seven universities were financially sustainable in 2016, all able to comfortably cover short-term liabilities. > > On 2015 figures, at 28.3 per cent state system spending was also well up on the 27 per cent national average of expenditure on non-academic employees. James Cook U had the lowest, 25.2 per cent and Univers...

 

Systems thinking [...]

> Systems thinking is a mind-set—a way of seeing and talking about reality that recognizes the interrelatedness of things. System thinking sees collections of interdependent components as a set of relationships and consequences that are at least as important as the individual components themselves. It emphasizes the emergent properties of the whole that neither aris...

 

Define and constrast – Education & Learning [...]

> a) education; is a process organized by institutions who offer qualifications based on set texts to be used by learning groups in classes to meet accreditation criteria. Teachers provide resources and broker these educational processes. > > b) learning; is a process of problem-solving carried out by people individually or collaboratively by finding resources and di...

 

What is it to teach? [...]

> Basically, to teach means to risk something, to teach is to be human, to teach means to accept the fundamental weakness of the purposeful, creative process we call education....

 

50 research methods for innovation – infographic [...]

> Over the years, many different works have been published that deal with creative research methods: there are so many great alternatives for finding that real gap in the market and iterating your product to its final stage. I decided to create an infographic with 50 different research methods tag: lxdesign tags: bad...

 

Professional standards, teacher idenities and an ethics of singularity [...]

> This paper offers a critical analysis of the education policy move towards teacher professional standards. Drawing on Lacan's three registers of the psyche (real, imaginary and symbolic), the paper argues that moves towards codification (and domestication) of teachers' work and identities in standardized (and sani-tized) forms, such as the Australian Institute for T...