Rhizo15 Blog Posts from Lenandlar’s Things Educational

Rhizo15 Blog Posts
This page is an attempt at curating links to blog posts about #rhizo15 – Rhizomatic Learning – a practical view by Dave Cormier

Week 6 – Rhizomatic learning, a practical guide

Dave Cormier – Rhizomatic Learning, a practical guide and dear rhizo15
Aaron Johannes – rhizo15 a practical guide
Aldon Hynes – Online Associative Poetry and Rhizo15 Expanding the discussion
Angela Brown – rewilding the rhizome
Ann Gagne – Artifact: Etymology as Rhizoskills and Rhizopractice
Apostolos K – rhizomatic learning practical guide
Aras Bozkurt – rhizomatic learning – a practical guide
Autumm Caines – the living artifact
Daniel Lynds – writing reflection from rhizo15
Ellie Lighthouse – mapping rhizo15
Helen DeWaard – hitchhikers guide to rhizo15
HJ DeWaard – find your way through
James Kerr – rhizo15 and what we leave behind
Jim Stauffer – Why hardly any at all dear
Kevin Hodgson – media made, connections created, lessons learned in #rhizo15
Laura Gibbs – Seven mantras for rhizomatic learning
Maha Bali – embracing learning subjective is…
Nick Kearney- turmeric villanelle and some notes on turmeric
Raymond Maxwell – if an antelope is a document…
Rebecca Hogue – rhizomatic learning a practical course?
Ron Samul – Where did my artifact go
Sarah Honeychurch – Haiku for rhizomatic learning and cinquain for rhizomatic learning and collaborative sestina for rhizomatic learning
Viplav Baxi – the practical guide to rhizomatic learning
Wendy Taleo – Artefacts creating for week 6
Week 5 – Is Community Learning and Invasive Specie?

Dave Cormier – Is Community Learning and Invasive specie?
Aaron Johannes – so much to be uncertain about
Aldon Hynes – Certainty Addicts
Angela Brown – Commun(e)ity
Ann Gagne – filter bubbles and invasive weeks
Apostolos K – Invasive species echo chamber
Aras Bozkurt – rhizomatic learning
Autumm Caines – the post that could have been and Is rhizomatic learning an invasive species
Emily Purser – yes we do know where we are going
Greg McVerry – Knowledge is Communication
Hsiao-yun – Genuinely haven’t got much to say
Jaap Bosman – Rhizomatic learning group think
James Kerr – Rhizomatic learning as invasive species
Jeffrey Keefer – rhizo15 an echo chamber
Jim Stauffer – invasive
Keith Hamon – rhizo15 an invasive species and ethics for moocs power
Kevin Hodgson – On the matter of invasive ideas
Maha Bali – poor you weed you and diversimilarity and community
Maren Deepwell – how do you learn in rhizo15
Nick Kearney – there is no mother tongue
Peter Shukie – community real false and corporate
Raymond Maxwell – completely mobile invasive species
Rebecca Hogue – Are we an invasive species
Ron Samul – sapere aude and benchmarks in the study of nomadology
Sarah Honeychurch – introducing the swarm and rhizo15 an invasive species
Sandra Sinfield – is community learning an invasive species
Tania Sheko – is rhizomatic learning invasive
Teresa Mac – you made me do it
Terry Elliott – rhizomatic learning theory is just a crock
Viplav Baxi – stigmergic collaboration and Communities are the same
Week 4 – Can/Should we get rid of the idea of ‘dave’? How do we teach rhizomatically?

Dave Cormier – Can/Should we get rid of the idea of ‘dave’?
Aaron Johannes – What if dave is batman? and 112 Scott Johnson quotes
Aldon Hynes – You have the rhizo15 and Digitally Questioning Authorities
Angela Brown – Dave the entangler
Ann Gagne – Teaching & Design
Apostolos K – Goodbye Dave. Hello Dave.
Aras Bozkurt – One for all, All for one
Autumm Caines – Enough of getting rid of ‘dave’
Doug Symington – odeToDave
Emily Purser – Dave who
Greg McVerry –a multimodal definition of lines of flight
Helen DeWaard – minding my garden a rhizo15 reflection on teaching
Hsiao-yun – Not the disappearing teacher
Jaap Bosman – Critical rationalism or or post modernism in rhizo15
Kevin Hodgson – Being a Rhizomatic Teacher
Laura Gibbs – If not dave then what?
Laura Pasquini – drop the mic for learning
Lisa Hubbell – Open ended prompts
Lisa M Lane – Toppling the teacher
Maha Bali – So you wanna facilitate a cMOOC and When we leave the classroom
Maren Deepwell – Rhizo15 in the cemetery
Raymond Maxwell – Life without Dave
Rebecca Hogue – Don’t de-value our roles as educators
Ron Samul – Writers write to know and From connections to classroom part II
Sandra Sinfield – get rid of dave
Susan Watson – Daveless, less Dave…
Tania Sheko – How do we teach rhizomatically?
Viplav Baxi – Hacking the week 4 challenge
Wendy Taleo – Possible un-Dave-ness
Week 3 – The Myth of Content

Dave Cormier – the myth of content
Aaron Johannes – What counts?
Aldon Hynes – Shifting rhizo15 chairs
Angela Brown – The importance of content as Myth
Apostolos K – The King is dead
Aras Bozkurt – rhizomatic learning
Autumm Caines – Is there a Dr in the house and Choosing content and …Concerning Interpretation of Content
Daniel Clark – Community as curriculum in Accounting
Emily Purser – un-content-ed
Gerald Ardito – Content Happy with Content Stuff
Gordon Lockhart – What counts as content?
Greg McVerry – Content Counts and counting content
HJ DeWaard – Counting on Content
Hsiao-yun – the myth of content
Jaap Bosman – The meaning of content is “pleased”
Keith Hamon – Content in rhizo15
Kevin Hodgson – Content area whatever
Laura Gibbs – Yes Content is People and Discontented but in love with content
Laura Pasquini – being content without content
Lisa Hubbell – Content in Museums and Berry pickings and containers for information
Lisa M Lane – but i like content
Maha Bali – we don’t need no academic articles by white men
Maren Deepwell – Content and Curiosity
Michael Weller – The Season of our (Dis)content
Nick Kearney – Answers on a postage stamp
Patrick Misterovich – Rhizo15 Wk3 Content
Per Falk – In the Garden of Content
Raymond Maxwell – Thoughts on content
Rebecca Hogue – Rhizo15 and the myth of content of not
Rolin Moe – The Dominant Use of Content
Ron Samul – Content – Morning Coffee
Sandra Sinfield – Here come the CONTENT
Sarah Honeychurch – returning to learning and Content in Glasgow and Time to Cluster
Susan Watson – Intersecting Overlapping Interlocutors
Tania Sheko – What is content?
Terry Elliott – Sheep Track Know-How
Viplav Baxi – Content is People
Wendy Taleo – Non-Content and the space inbetween
Whitney Kilgore – Counting Grading
Week 2 – Learning is not a counting noun…

Dave Cormier – Learning is not a counting noun…so what should we count?
Aaron Johannes – counting and not counting #rhizo1 and diagramming rhizo15
Aldon Hynes – How do you measure a year
Angela Brown – Quantum Wanderings
Ann Gagne – We’re so busy measuring academic time in #rhizo15
Annalisa Manca – numbers and a semi-organised flow of thoughts
Apostolos K – Count THIS!
Aras Bozkurt – How to assess and evaluate rhizomatic learning
Autumm Caines – Rhizomes in my brain
Bill Bogert – Rhizo15 – Measure and Mirowski
Chris Lott – Countable Infinites and Those classroom measures
Doug Symington – assess this
Ellie Lighthouse – mapping learning
Emily Purser – what can i count vs what can i make count
Greg McVerry – #rhizo15 and introverts
Hsiao-yun – Learning is uncountable
James Kerr – Measure success in a cMOOC
Jaap Bosman – Order in the classroom and Counting and School grades and Count Learning What Counting and which learning?
Jeffrey Keefer – Why Count Learning – All Learning is Local
Kieth Hamon – Do we count in Rhizo15?
Laura Gibbs – Learning SUBjectives and Getting into the Flow and Rhizomes against the tide and MSW and Measuring Time
Laura Pasquini – Measure this #rhizo15
Lisa Chamberlin – Look What i did. Success counted in rhizo15
Lisa Hubbell – Counting blessings
Lisa M. Lane – Rhizo15: Symbolic Measurement
Maha Abdelmoneim – my first look at rhizomatic learning
Maren Deepwell – Situationist learning maps?
Melissa McLaughlin Tingley – Rhizo15 Broadening your perspective
Nick Kearney – You can’t measure learning?
Raymond Maxwell – Shifting gears – Living in multiple worlds
Rebecca Hogue – What gets to count and rhizo15 et4online reflection
Rhizo Theory – Reading and Annotating
Ron Samul – Rhizo15 – from connections to the classroom part 1
Ryan Randall – Everything counts in Affective Amounts
Sandra Sinfield – the counting
Sarah Honeychurch – Dave’s originality score and rhizoradio promos
Simon Ensor – Black holes in time
Susan Watson – Measuring Beyonce’s butt
Tania Sheko – Rhizoradio play is almost ready… and How can we measure learning
Terry Elliott – Grade that! and Accounting for the unaccounted
Viplav Baxi – Connectivist Metrics and Counting Networks
Wendy Taleo – Counting Activities
Will Richardson – Learning with rhizo15

Week 1 – Learning Subjectives

Dave Cormier – Learning Subjectives – designing for when you don’t know where you’re going and making meaning
Aaron Johannes – Well that was bizarre #Rhizo15 and The Rhizomatic CV
Aldon Hynes – #rhizo15 – A Primary Task? and Early Reflections on #Rhizo15 and Curation…
Angela Brown – Natural cascade rhizomatic learning
Ann Gagne – Everything is Subjective and you’re doing it wrong
Annalisa Manca – subjectives and resuscitation
Apostolos K – Learning Objectives, Subjectively Learning
Aras Bozkurt – How to assess and evaluate rhizomatic learning
Audrey Watters – Sentences about learning subjectives
Autumm Caines – Double dip
Barry Dyck – Rhizomatic Incitations and What are we designing
Bill Bogert – My First experience with Rhizo15 and Rhizo5 subjectives as opposed to objectives
Blair Vessey – Learning Subjectives and #Rhizo15
Colin Hynson – A first look at learning subjectives
Daniel Clark – #Rhizo15 and learning from your children…
Darren Jones – Get Lost
Daniel Lynds – hoRHIZOtally Learning Subjectives for #rhizo15
Dilrukshe Gamage – starting to debate why factor
Doug Symington – A retrospective for #rhizo15 – subjectively speaking
Emily Purser – forget objectives, what are my learning subjectives
Gerald Ardito – Have I been Rhizomed?
Greg McVerry – Since Objectives are Subjectives and My subjectivities and secret sauce
Gunnel Thyndell – Building learning subjectives
HJ DeWaard – From squirrels to Rhizomes
James Kerr – Rhizo15 Intro
Jaap Bosman – who does need objectives?
Jane Van Galen – The People at the Nodes and Mapping the Nodes : the first take and rhizomes as weeds and as salvation and Mapping the Nodes, take two
Jeffrey Keefer – Drawn into rhizo15 and An Approach to #rhizo15 and learning objective vs learning subjective who are they really for
Jim Stauffer – Meandering
John Pederson – About me – #rhizo15 Intro
Jorg Lohrer – Mappin on the rhiz
Keith Hamon – Ethics for Moocs of two … and Learning subjectives for #rhizo15
Kevin Hodgson – #rhizo15 song takes root… and Untethered Spaces
Laura Gibbs – Combination Feed Inorder
Laura Pasquini – What’s a learning subjective #Rhizo15
Lisa Hubbell – Learning Subjectivses, Self-Definition and Listening and Communities that keep each other accountable
Maha Bali – Subjectifying my learning
Melissa McLaughlin Tingley – learning subjective
Nick Kearney – Cartographic Conversations and Intentions
Patrick Misterovich – Learning Subjectives and Vulnerability
Penny Bentley – #Rhizo15 subjective perspectives
Per Falk – Learning Subjectives in the Garden of Opportunities
Ray Maxwell – Rhizo15 and Learning Subjectives (vs objectives)
Read Write Respond – Learning Subjectives
Rebecca Hogue – Learning Subjective – how to enable collaboration
Reprograma – Rhizomatic Bibliomancy
Rhonda Jessen – My Rhizo 15 learning subjectives
Rob Reynolds – learning subjectives
Ron Samul – mentor of what?
Ryan Randall – Learning Subjectives
Sandra Sinfield – rhizo15 and so it begins and deterritorializing the curriculum
Sarah Honeychurch – my perspective on rhizo15 and learning in private and playing pictures and Mapping the nodes for #rhizo15 my photo choice
Simon Ensor – No more package tours
Simon Warren – Emergent Outcomes… and What happens over coffee
Susan Watson – subjective learning subjugated
Tania Sheko – Putting the jigsaw together can be challenging…
Terry Elliot – Creating Ritual Space in #Rhizo15
Viplav Baxi – #rhizo15 learning subjectives is #insidethebox
Wendy Taleo – Setting Subjectives
Whitney Kilgore – Sorry Dave i cant do rhizo15

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