The Art of Knowledge
A Human Approach
It's funny to think of myself thinking in a human approach when it comes to technology and education. Not funny in that I can't see how they go together, because it is more and more obvious with every passing day that our intention with technology and education need to be more human. It is funny because I may have trouble doing it. Anything I have trouble with, I first laugh at and say, "Oh that's nonsense. Why would I want to do that?". But, as my thinking evolves it becomes more and more evident that my previous ways need to change, or at least evolve. And the evolution continues by heeding your advice so I'll give it a shot.
What I can see as the start of the system used to heighten our learning experience looks like a huge field of crops. All the corps are different but it's so vivid and so vaste that you can tell where one crop starts and another begins. You can see the individual plants. And if you want an ear of corn or a head of cabbage you know exactly where to go to get it. This is (or was for some) the dream of the Internet. The dream of the learning Internet, just to use an easier phrase, or learning paradigm is to not only have this field but to take the choosing out of the minds of the people. Not necessarily the entire choice process but at least the leg work. You see they already chose the field to be at. ....DAMNIT DAMNIT....this isnt coming out well...i'll continue it later!...sorry
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