Monthly Archives: August 2010

What happens when someone encounters an object?

What happens when someone encounters an object? I find it helpful to break that question down further – who is encountering the object and how are they encountering it? Who is encountering an object? The moment most people first encounter … Continue reading

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Thinking about learning through objects

I have a reservation about the idea of learning styles. My main reservation comes out of the fact that there are so many different accounts of learning styles. The, admittedly controversial, report commissioned by the LSRC found a whole range … Continue reading

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