Lots of great conversations have begun bubbling around the
Bill of Rights and Principles for Learning which EdSurge and others
published last week. On Friday February 1 a
#digped discussion at from 1:00 - 2:00 pm Eastern (10:00 - 11:00am Pacific)
will dip into the question of how to "strategize ways to move the discussion
(about the future of education) to a learner-centered one."
Want to weigh in? Jesse Stommel (a Bill contributor and professor) is cohosting aTweet chat with Sean Michael Morris as
part of their hybrid pedagogy #digped
series: "Our goal is not to discuss the document, but to strategize ways to
move the discussion (about the future of education) to a learner-centered one."
Among the intriguing questions I've heard around the Bill:
I'd like to hear about other
formulations that convey the idea that certain rights do really matter. There weren't more (current) students
involved because we had thought we were just gathering to discuss the state of
appears of online learning. The focus on students bubbled up organically as we
Come add your Tweet-worth. Or if you want to plunge into rewrite mode, weigh in here on the hackable version on GitHub.
For more, check out: #learnersrights