Episode 27: Humboldt, Jesus, Sokrates

Episode 27 wird bestimmt von Narrativen – mal explizit, mal implizit. Es geht um Definitionen von Open Pedagogy, The Social Life of Learning Analytics, Web Annotation, (Alp)Träume, und kostenfreie Online-Kurse (the animal formerly known as MOOC).

Shownotes: docs.google.com/document/d/1JgqyW…/edit?usp=sharing

Was wir trinken

Christian: Ananas-Saft

Markus: Augustiner Helles

Marke 3:35

Was wir gemacht haben

Markus

Marke 22:10

Christian

Marke 25:10

Feedback

Marke 28:50

Was wir gelesen haben

  • Maha Bali; Curation of Posts on Open Pedagogy
    • Jim Luke; What’s Open? Are OER necessary?
      • “If openness in resources is defined by permissions to use property, I argue that openness in pedagogy must be measured in terms of freedom, authority, and power of the learning process. To place the resources, the OER, as the prerequisite of openness of pedagogy is to commoditize and reify education itself, ultimately denying the possibility of critical pedagogy. Open pedagogy, and therefore open education and open learning, are more about freedom of action and authority than they are about property permissions.”

Marke 46:00

Marke 1:01:25

  • Audrey Watters; Un-Annotated
    • https://twitter.com/telliowkuwp/status/857560049811509250
    • https://twitter.com/funnymonkey/status/857377579753512961
    • Doug Belshaw greift das in seinem NL auf: “A few years ago, Audrey Watters removed comments from her site due to these kinds of problems. Now, she’s fighting against ‘web annotation’, which, at its worst, is a kind of grafitti website owners are just expected to deal with because of ‘innovation’. Audrey begs to differ, and I think she makes some important points. The problem isn’t that we have different opinions and values; it’s that we think that other people should share them. Like petulant children, we assume that the way we see the world is how others should see it. One example of this is through the pretty reactionary focus on ’empiricism’ and ‘what works’ by those who believe in traditional education.”
    • Podcast: http://podcast.contrafabulists.com/2017/04/30/episode-52

Marke 1:14:20

Marke 1:23:50

Marke 1:32:50

Marke 1:42:00

Was wir tun werden

Markus

  • Fährt zum OER Camp Süd (direkter ICE von Lübeck aus, Fahrtzeit knapp 7h)
  • Fährt zum OER Camp West

Christian

  • Urlaub auf Formentera
  • Beobachtung re:publica aus sicherer Entfernung

 

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