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?
This post is about my reflections in relation to why I think that being digital literate will help students to flourish in a post-digital era, moreover why I think that being literate, in particular, digital literate, is desirable and will lead to students’ progress (I will not cover this second part of my argument in … Continue reading Bildung and its connection with the idea of flourishing in the post-digital era
Personal thoughts to start I am writing for my progression assessment, which has been a real struggle. Writing is for me a difficult act. I have been identifying some aspects of it so I can improve. It might be because I need to stop, find silence within me, and try to find words and a … Continue reading Digital natives? Not at all! Digital afraid I would say