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'''Seymour’s Corner'''
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'''Seymour’s Corner'''
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(This section of the wiki is for stories told by Seymour Papert. Other [[learning stories]] can be submitted/found [[learning stories|here]].)
(This section of the wiki is for stories told by Seymour Papert. Other [[learning stories]] can be submitted/found [[learning stories|here]].)
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''''Learning Learning''''
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In this corner of the OLPC Wiki I want to discuss all the big ideas about Learning. But I am happiest as a concrete thinker and so instead of playing the academic poohbah, each week I’ll offer a story or a parable accompanied by a sample of three kinds of comment on the OLPC idea: "bites" are meant to hurt us (but so far none are fatal);  "licks" are meant to praise us but do so  for poor reasons and "insights" are ones that get it.   
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In this corner of the OLPC Wiki I want to discuss all the big ideas about Learning. But I am happiest as a concrete thinker and so instead of playing the academic poohbah, each week I’ll offer a story or a parable accompanied by a sample of three kinds of comment on the OLPC idea: "bites" are meant to hurt us (but so far none are fatal);  "licks" are meant to praise us but do so  for poor reasons and "insights" are ones that get it.   
* '''[[Learning Learning/Parable 1|Parable 1]]''' : When the [[Learning Learning/Sage|Sage]] points at the moon...  
* '''[[Learning Learning/Parable 1|Parable 1]]''' : When the [[Learning Learning/Sage|Sage]] points at the moon...  

Current revision as of 08:03, 18 January 2009

Seymour’s Corner

(This section of the wiki is for stories told by Seymour Papert. Other learning stories can be submitted/found here.)

'Learning Learning'

In this corner of the OLPC Wiki I want to discuss all the big ideas about Learning. But I am happiest as a concrete thinker and so instead of playing the academic poohbah, each week I’ll offer a story or a parable accompanied by a sample of three kinds of comment on the OLPC idea: "bites" are meant to hurt us (but so far none are fatal); "licks" are meant to praise us but do so for poor reasons and "insights" are ones that get it.

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