A Tale of Two Conferences: #oer16 and #LAK16

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Originally posted on howsheilaseesIT:
? https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/A_Tale_of_Two_Cities When Professor Paul Kirschner started his keynote on the second day of the #LAK16 conference,  with the opening lines  from the Dickens’s classic a Tale of Two Cities, it chimed with me on a number of levels. Yes, in the way he intended around the utopian and dystopian views…

E-Dynamic.Space: A 21 ST century tool to stage-manage and build experience in the field of the history of mathematics and its teaching

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This study aims to answer the question of how can the history of mathematics resort to a digital tool – E-Dynamic.Space – designed by teacher-students and intended to serve as a workbench not only to create supportive knowledge from historical material, which has proved to support the understanding of mathematics but, also to orchestrate both, … Continue reading E-Dynamic.Space: A 21 ST century tool to stage-manage and build experience in the field of the history of mathematics and its teaching

Bildung and rhizomatic learning. Is the question resilience?

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While reading the post on rhizomatic learning that David Cormier wrote, I suddenly started to make connections between Bildung and his idea of knowing as he describes it: (…) It is a long process of becoming (think of it in the sense of ‘becoming an expert’) where you actually change the way you perceive the world … Continue reading Bildung and rhizomatic learning. Is the question resilience?