Bonnie Stewart talks about networked pedagogy on episode #121 of Teaching in Higher Ed.
Quotes from the episode
Networks are a foundational structure of human experience.
Recognizing that there is a distinction between the personal and the private can be encouraging for people who may feel uncomfortable with the whole idea of sharing.
Identity is something that we’re always curating.
I realized that I’ve been curating my identity since long before there was the internet … with the things that I save.
- Overhead transparency
- Something to Ponder: Identity is always something that we’re curating.
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