Without Deviation from the Known, No Progress Is Possible.

I made the observations below responding with some Diigo annotations to Cathleen Nardi’s post “Down the Rabbit Hole”.  She notes that To make changes in education, we must embrace uncertainty in our teaching, and we must help our students understand that it is ok not to have the right answer.  The quest —the leap into
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Hodie Quid Egisti?  What Have Ye Done?--A Rhizomagic Week of 'Blooming, Buzzing Confusion'

All week I have tried to apply rhizomatic ideas (or my version of them) in my university classroom.  The results feel sort of right. I think of this not only as a week of uncertainty in #rhizo14 but also as a time to apply these principles in the classroom. 1. Used principle of ‘enforced independence’
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