A series developed and offered by the Academic Development Unit of the University of Salford.
video 1 with: Fred Garnett
Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, University of London
Questions we asked Fred:
1. How is formal and informal learning changing?
2. How would you explain the open context model of learning?
3. What does becoming a heutagogic learner mean for the learner and the educator?
Fred asks us the following question:
The heutagogic learner expresses learning creatively. How can we recognise the creative expression of learning?
The Food for thought series is an opportunity to engage in a dialogue about hot topics in teaching and learning.
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