For David Preston, the term “open source learning” -- a variation on inquiry learning or passion-based learning -- is about helping students choosetheir own learning path, an approach that already has some well-known champions among educators.
The association’s purpose, he says, would be “inviting people to the policymaking table that don’t normally have a direct voice. And I’m not just talking about learners and tech-savvy teachers and administrators. I am also talking about neurologists, leaders in the Internet culture,” and people across other contemporary professions.
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