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Independent learning: myth or prerequisite? (#OMDE)


Learners as independent and autonomous agents sound a bit like we require them to be like the Lone Ranger (without Tonto), or possibly resemble Don Quixote chasing after windmills in the company of a co-opted Sancho Panza? Are the notions … Continue reading

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The social capital of accreditation in higher education (#change11)


[Image retrieved from http://www.businessearth.com/social-capital-understand-grow/ 25 January 2012] Following from this week’s post “The selfish giant and the unlocking of the gates of higher education” and the discussions that followed from it; I realised that there is more to the issue … Continue reading

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