Nov 142012

+Tony Bates  on designing online learning in a volatile world. A bit (more than a bit?) connectivist, which is interesting.

Nevertheless, to prepare students for a VUCA [volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity] world, we need to move away from fixed curricula, information transmission, and passive learning. There are many different possible models that will be developed, but these too need to be grounded in practice, and in particular should take account of the research into how students best learn.

Adamson, C. (2012) Learning in a VUCA world, Online Educa Berlin News Portal, November 13. VUCA is a new term to me, although what it describes – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity – is…

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