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Learning Networks: Neural and Social

I find doing a dry-run of presentations helps me to get a sense of where my ideas are confusing or incongruent. Later this morning, I’ll be delivering the following (or some thing like it) presentation at ECOO: Learning Networks: Neural and Social (opens presentation window). What happens, in our brains, on a microlevel, is reflective of what happens in learning networks on a macro level. The tremendous capacity of the human brain is driven by its ability to form connections (each of our 100 billion neurons are capable of forming between 1 – 10,000 connections). This presentation explores some changes in our understanding of learning, and what it means for how we design our educational structures and spaces.

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  1. Quentin wrote:

    I really enjoyed your presentation at the ECOO conference this year. It was also really nice to meet you after reading your blog for a while.

    Monday, May 8, 2006 at 7:15 pm | Permalink