So here we are again. Learning. Together. I signed up, saw the tweets, read some posts, received the email. I didn’t think that I’d be able to make it, but here I am, wondering once again, what does it all mean. So it begins, once again, with a curious question without a mark, a short phrase. “Learning Subjectives”. Here then are my thoughts, for what they are worth.
To me learning subjectives is:
- Where learning is the focus
- Sometimes ignored, often stifled
- Making, adapting and remixing
- Grown in many ways: cuttings, seeds, roots
- Open to choice, but we must always choose
- Influenced and encouraged by space
- Full of compromise and negotiation
- Not easily, if ever, assessed
- Personally connected
So there we have it, my first post. Feels incomplete, but maybe it always is. Anyway, good to be back. Did we ever leave?
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