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Presentation – Finland

This morning, at the rather unpleasant time of 5:30, I delivered an online presentation (audio here) on views of learning as constructions and connections. Thanks to Teemu Arina (who was recently interviewed by Robin Good…video: part 1 and part 2) for the invite and making the arrangements. I will say, however, that I need to consume at least one cup of coffee before doing a presentations. My neurons were not connecting well. Hope I didn’t come across as too incoherent. The Q & A session (not recorded) started with the typical “it’s all been said before” (i.e. our existing theories of learning address concerns of abundance, patterning, and filtering). My view: if it takes three combined theories to say approximately one thing, you have a new theory.