#CERE16 chat

Knitted blue birdThis Tuesday 22nd March, at 5-6pm GMT, Steve Draper‘s Concepts and Empirical Research in Education (CERE) course is going to be holding a Tweetchat with the hashtag #CERE16, and I’ll be facilitating. The question that we’ll be responding to is this:

What is the most interesting/controversial/idiotic thing that you’ve read/heard about during this course?

If you’d like to join us (and I really, really hope that you will), please feel free to adapt this question. The list of CERE topics is here – you’ll find good topics such as social constructivism and learning as acquisition for example. For anybody who does not have a Twitter account, details of how to sign up are here. (Best to do this beforehand.) I’ll be tweeting, as usual as @NomadWarMachine

Flickr pic by me shared under a CC-BY-SA-NC licence

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