Thursday, July 26, 2012


Whoever has the platform sets the rules and controls the game.

eLearning Learning (@elearningPosts)
7/25/12 8:35 PM
MOOCs are really a

rushkoff - program or be programmed - no?


let's facilitate this. too many people seem to be asking if it's legal for 
them to think for themselves. let's help people see the value of making 
two ongoing conversations [1) with self, 2) with others] transparent. 
toward the intention economy (searls) and betterness (haque)

let's realize how much more humane it is to encourage people to be
themselves. to create themselves, be their own entrepreneurs, with their
own platforms - networked individualism - (wellman)

@michaelebeling shared from Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School by John Medina
If you wanted to create an education environment that was directly opposed to what the brain was good at doing, you probably would design something like a classroom.