Gardner Campbell talks about engaging learners.
Learning is an enormously powerful and eventful kind of experience.
Recognize that great ideas of all kinds come from all kinds of people at all stages of their knowledge.
There are some great ideas that are forever closed off to an expert because he or she is simply too conditioned by prior learning.
- Seymour A. Papert’s books
- APGAR for class meetings by Gardner Campbell
- Derek Bruff reflects on Gardner Campbell’s APGAR test for class meetings
- Book: Smart Mobs* by Howard Rheingold
- Video: Mr. Hand from “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”
- Song: Peter Gabriel’s Solsbury Hill
- PHPBB Discussion Forum
- Book: Where Good Ideas Come From* by Steven Johnson
- Hacking the Academy
- The Great VCU Bike Race Book
- Quadraphonic set of Chicago albums*
- Writings by Jerome Bruner:
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