Turning over a new leaf

Steve Wheeler, Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science, Apr 26, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I like this image, if only because it suggests that 'socially' and 'autonomously' are not contraries in learning. Though how one would attempt to define learning that is both social and autonomous is more difficult. Here, it is presented as 'professional learning', but that could have a lot of meanings. Here: "As Jane Hart argues in her report, one of the things most knowledge workers desire is to be able to learn flexibly, whilst remaining within the flow of their work, and preferably without leaving the work space to do so." Image: Jane Hart.

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