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  1. Nov 2020
    1. building space in every course for students to reflect upon the course’s pedagogy — an ongoing meta-level discussion of learning with student voices at its center.

      How do we shift to this in mainstream education? How do we demonstrate the value of this to colleagues?

    2. pedagogical

      what will help the learner learn best must come first

    3. students should guide the curriculum and create course content.

      important for them to take ownership and share responsibility

    4. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to online education. Learning is not neatly divisible into discrete chunks (like courses).

      courses help uus learn in chunks but learning is not linear

    5. institution’s choice of learning management system

      And if possible, we should try and discuss with those in power before they commit to one LMS so we can as a team of colleagues decide which would work best for our purposes.

    6. radical and pedagogically

      such as with wikipedia, co-creation is a radical act

    7. into their communities

      this is inspiring!

    8. Rather than merely redistributing learning, a hybrid pedagogy asks us to reflect on and make connections between learning that happens in classrooms, online, at a desk, aboard a bus, on a mountaintop, by ourselves, and in conversation.

      online learning involves making links between learning and experience

    9. community

      i imagine community, places to connect and discuss increase engagement

    10. genuine engagement.

      what does this look like? How do we monitor it?

    11. a single course should leverage several solutions and configurations

      What do we need to consider to do this well?

    12. critically voracious learning community.

      know any case studies of this?

    13. creating pathways for learners to make their own connections

      How do we create these pathways without limiting possibilities for creativity in learner thinking/action?

    1. can be the privileged mode

      evidence we have explored so far on the course suggests socio-economic factors determine access and skills (just like in real life, if not exacerbated)

    2. digital natives?

      let's get rid of this term so those in power are no longer abe to shirk responsibility of teaching children and young people digital skills