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Networks and narratives in support of learning

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Inside Learning Web Log is talking about network learning environments and the role of both narrative and inter-personal networking in learning. This article is partly a response to Jay Cross’s Connections: The Impact of Schooling, which argues that “learning is that which enables you to participate successfully in life, at work and in the groups that matter to you. Learners go with the flow. Taking advantage of the double meaning of ‘network,’ to learn is to optimize one’s networks.”

2 Responses to Networks and narratives in support of learning

  1. By Inside Learning Web Log on December 20, 2003 at 3:27 pm

    The Virtual Community Project – Introduction

    “The teacher, particularly the teacher dedicated to liberal education, must constantly try to look toward the goal of human completeness and back at the natures of his students here and now, ever seeking to understand the former and to assess…

  2. By Inside Learning Web Log on December 20, 2003 at 3:31 pm

    Network Learning Environments

    For over ten years I’ve written about and designed projects that facilitate the use of networks in learning. In my book, The Experience Designer: Learning, Networks and the Cybersphere the idea of network learning environments is explored. It’s nice to…