COLLECTIVE LEARNING: reflections
This is the last day of the week on collective learning, we hope you have enjoyed thinking about some of the issues we have presented and discussed. In our work, we have tried to define the knowledge actions underpinning collective learning as described in the post (http://littlebylittlejohn.com/collective-learning-and-charting/): connect, consume, create, contribute. Using these actions as a framework has helped us think about collective learning.
Do you think the knowledge actions of consume, connect, create, contribute are a useful framework to think about collective learning? What online (and offline?) tools support these behaviours? Is there anything missing within this toolset? Use #change11 and #collective5 to share your ideas as usual.
We will continue to synthesise the ideas collected during the course of this week and will provide links on our blogs (list all blogs) tagged as usual: #change11 and #collective