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Remi Kalir talks about igniting our imagination in digital learning and pedagogy on episode 178 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
Play is not a synonym for fun.
Our ability to change our minds … is very important.
Just because a research article has been finished and put out there … doesn’t mean the conversation is over.
- On Being: Science of Mindlessness and Mindfulness, with Ellen Langer
- Remi’s recent keynote about leadership, equity and creativity for Metropolitan State University’s 2017 Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium
- Theatre of the Oppressed
- Digital Pedagogy Lab
- ThinqStudio at the University of Colorado Denver
- Episode 75 of the Very Bad Wizards podcast
- “Overconfidence is really associated with a failure of imagination. When you cannot imagine an alternative to your belief, you are convinced that your belief is true.” – Daniel Kahneman
- Thinking, Fast and Slow* by Daniel Kahneman
- On Being: Why We Contradict Ourselves and Confound Each Other, with Daniel Kahneman
- Ignorance: How it Drives Science* by Stuart Firestein
- Mosaic Web Browser
- Educator Innovator
- Marginal Syllabus
- Writing Our Civic Futures
- Remi’s Research: Educator Learning and Open Web Annotation
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