David Jennings WQ6
To accelerate the development of learning experiences that are open, flexible, quick, low-cost and allow learners a high degree of agency and control. I use the term Agile Learning as a shorthand to refer to such experiences, which typically (though not exclusively) uses learning resources and communication tools that are available on the Internet at little or no cost.
Locating, reviewing and interrogating case studies of instances that fall within the Agile Learning definition (which is subject to review in the light of experience).
Articulating and testing ideas about Agile Learning with
- peers in the education and learning technology field (including advisers and theorists);
- practitioners in different fields of learning (school, workplace, community) and economic contexts (developed/developing world);
- learners (the public).
This testing to be done through presentations, study groups and online discussions (social networks, blogs, forums and email lists).
- Blog posts articulating Agile Learning ideas
- Blog of examples of Agile Learning
- Facebook page, Google + page, Twitter
- Articles in newsletters and e-zines:1, 2, 3, 4
- Wiki (at the time of writing [March 2012] I am the sole contributor to this wiki: this will change)
- Possibly an e-book collating key points from the above
Wiki Quals Support;
Mentoring and collaborators.
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