Week two on the OLDS MOOC is about story telling or something. Context? Learning happens in a social situation. Eventually we will get to disruption in education organisation. Anyway, this weekend there is an option to suggest other methods.
24-28 June 2013 | With Martin Kalungu-Banda, Jane Corbett and Otto Scharmer (video-link) | How can we shape change to move to a society that lives within planetary limits and brings the social, economic, ecological and spiritual dimensions of our...
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