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Sunday, 19 August 2012


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Ahh but the key thing about learning objectives is that you make sure people learn what you believe they should be able to know and do.

In a Field Guide to Getting Lost, Rebecca Solnit advocates getting lost both literally and Metaphorically as the starting point for good learning. She argues that learning comes from discovery and interpretation of the unexpected. As author of th 'Dont Get Lost ' blog this idea was not immediatelly attractive to me but I thing she and Terry may be o to something - but will I ever find hem to tell them so!

Well, Alastair, one thing your comment has got me to do straight away is to buy 'A Field Guide to Getting Lost'. It sounds fascinating and I look forward to its arrival.

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