Posted on October 25, 2018October 31, 2018 by devinedmThe one true representation of contemporary pedagogy Amos Kalua Ziyad Alhamdan Zellie Hackett Diana Devine Abram Diaz-Strandberg Remy Wehbe
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Not sure the image made it? Can you fix that link and repost?
Send Sara and Arash a message and ask them to refresh the feed. Hate to miss out on your critical pedagogy project.
Also, are the comments still being held for moderation? I just wrote something about the broken image link on this post and don’t see my comment. Maybe I’m looking in the wrong place?
Ahhh – they are here now! Thanks. (Sorry about that second comment – was worried a black hole had appeared.) 😉
Hi Dr. Nelson,
Sorry for the delay with the comments and the picture. It should be fixed now so I will send the message to have the feed updated!
My personal favorites are “Knowledge is freedom “(center fo the pyramid ) and the “systems can and sometimes should change ! “
Thanks Table 4! This looks really cool but I can’t figure out how to open the image and zoom in to be able to read each note. I hope we discuss your ideas in class tonight.
Very creative artifact, guys! I agree, I would like to hear more about the creation / intention of this work in class this evening. Looks nifty!
Personally, “do it with them, not for them!” resonated most with me. Many of them I obviously could not interpret–wish I spoke all the languages of the world (anyone remember that ‘Teenage Robot’ episode?)
As a tutor to students and facilitator of many experiential learning activities, this is something I have to remind myself of ALL the time. Students can’t truly learn if I do not allow them to take the lead.