How to Make a Ricky Board: Controlled Accidents in a Formal nvironment

 

Do It: How To Make A Ricky Board (2012)

 
  1. This board can be any size you want.
  2. The proportions are dictated by four rows of five rickies.
  3. Each ricky is, as nearly as possible, exactly the same as every other ricky.
  4. The ricky can be an object or a flat image.
  5. The thing about the rickies is you will see them change before your eyes because you will give each ricky a different name.
  6. The names will be printed or written under each ricky. Twenty different names in all.
  7. You will be amazed at the different personalities that emerge depending on the names you give.

Anyone want to try?

 

 

Disrupting Education – Trailer

See on Scoop.itCheating in Online Courses


My attraction to documenting what might be the greatest revolution in the history of mankind, of which we are witnessing just the beginning right now, manife…


Terry Elliott‘s insight:

Is cheating just the manifestation of a large disruption in society and in higher education particularly.  If so, what does cheating represent?  Need for change, larger learning going on?


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AnswerGarden » Rhizomatic Learning: what word comes to mind?

See on Scoop.itRhizomatic Learning: Week 2 – Self Assessment and Self Remediation

AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic feedback tool.”  Here it is being used to explore ‘rhizomatic learning’.


Terry Elliott‘s insight:

Data from the cloud and connections made by…us and ongoing.


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P2PU | Rhizomatic Learning – The community is the curriculum | Week 2 – Self assessment and Self Remediation

See on Scoop.itRhizomatic Learning: Week 2 – Self Assessment and Self Remediation


Learning for everyone, by everyone, about almost anything.


Terry Elliott‘s insight:

This is the P2PU page for Week Two.  It will start getting busy here in a day or so.


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Zotero | Groups > Rhizomatic Learning

See on Scoop.itRhizomatic Learning: Week 2 – Self Assessment and Self Remediation


Zotero is a powerful, easy-to-use research tool that
helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources and then
share the results of your research.


Terry Elliott‘s insight:

A growing collection of scholarly articles on rhizomatic learning.


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