Tag Archives: rhizomatic learning

Six word manifesto for learning

Today Sean asked us to: Write a six word manifesto about learning, about your learning, about learning management, about building environments for learning.  See here Here’s mine (above). More mantra than manifesto, this is what I have become thanks to … Continue reading

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The blind leading the blind

“Thoughts without intuitions are empty, intuitions without concepts are blind.” Immanuel Kant: Critique of Pure Reason, B 75     Kant wrote the above in order to call for a metaphysics that is both synthetic and a priori – i.e. … Continue reading

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Pic n Mix Philosophy

There’s a theory in the Philosophy of Religion called religious pluralism, which has many variations, one of which is the belief that no one religion has got it right, but that parts of different religions can be combined to find … Continue reading

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The Creative Art of Wittering

witter verb (wittered, wittering) intrans (usually witter on) to talk or mutter ceaselessly and ineffectually. ETYMOLOGY: 19c: probably a variant of whitter to chatter. Chambers Online Dictionary It’s hard to know when rhizomatic learning is appropriate. On the one hand, … Continue reading

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Rhizocats

This week we presented at ALT-C, a fairly large (about 500 delegates) annual conference which was held in Manchester this year. Maha has already blogged about us all meeting there, so I won’t repeat that – but I do have … Continue reading

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Barbie discovers #rhizo15

Today’s Daily Create from @dogtrax Here’s mine. You can go to Feminist Hacker Barbie and make your own.

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#rhizo15: An Invasive Species?

In this week’s #rhizo15 question, Dave Cormier asks if rhizomatic learning is an invasive species. Depends   (This is inspired by Keith, btw.)  

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Introducing the swarm

 I used to refer to myself as “One of Eight” in emails regarding my tutoring. Back in 2009 (or thereabouts) the University conceded to pressure from the trade union and put we lowly teaching assistants on a proper pay scale … Continue reading

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