Apr 18 2011

Debbie Kroeker’sThoughts on Connectivism

Published by at 5:27 am under learning,networks

Watch this. It speaks for itself and it speaks to me. Not just about learning, but about life. Sometimes letting go is the most powerful (and difficult) thing to do. Thanks, Debbie. (Hat tip Stephen Downes OLDaily)

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4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Debbie Kroeker’sThoughts on Connectivism”

  1. […] found out about it through Nancy White, when she shared it over at her own blog under “Debbie Kroeker’s Thoughts on Connectivism“, thanks to a hat tip from another one of my favourite Learning 2.0 folks, Stephen Downes, […]

  2. Cindy Weekson 19 Apr 2011 at 10:38 am

    This speaks to me, too – and to the depth and richness inherent in connection and networks. Wonderful use of technology – and reminder of the beauty that can come from the collective. I’m delighted that beauty seems to be showing up in unexpected places for me right now, touching me deeply – I’m happy to follow its lead! IThis also reminds me of the need to make meaning out of the noise inherent in the chaos – and this is a lovely analogy for that …

  3. Jack Uldrichon 19 Apr 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Debbie:

    I love the video! With your permission, I’d like to post it on my website.

    P.S. As a father of two young children, I’ve been trying to instruct them on the importance of unlearning since kindergarten: http://www.unlearning101.com/fuhgetaboutit_the_art_of_/2011/03/10-things-worthy-of-teaching-in-kindergarten.html

    All the best,

    Jack Uldrich

  4. Nancy Whiteon 20 Apr 2011 at 2:27 pm

    Hiya Jack – the video is Debbie’s but if you follow the link, she has allowed the embed code to be used! Good luck on your journey with your kids and unlearning! I hope to encourage that with my grandbaby!

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