I just realized I never posted the Recipe for Free Range Learning video from TEDxMuskegon. You can watch the video or you can read a rough transcript of the talk, posted below.
Here’s the text this talk was based on …
“Free range learning” describes the learning that takes place outside of the formal boundaries of education. I’ve been asked if the existence of “free range learning” implies that there is also some sort of “caged learning” as well. Well, the current U.S. education system was developed in the industrial era using the principles of a “factory model.” So, in a sense, you could call formal education a sort of “caged” system of learning, but [Read more…]
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