A Change Sprint – workshopping new ideas in a hurry

Dave Cormier, Dave's Educational Blog, Mar 20, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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There are two interesting things in this post. The first is the description of the 'change sprint' that is the focus of the post as a whole. It's a method for getting input from other people when you can't just open up ideas to the whole internet. The second is the outcome from one of the change sprints, the 'learning ecosystem participant model', which ranges between open and directed action, and working along vs. working with others. P.S. he also notes that "calls to Twitter for participation weren’t quite doing the same thing they used to." I wonder whether people are following Twitter very much these days (other than those focused on politics).

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