There’s a great new TED Talk out today by Jason Fried (TEDxMidwest) called Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work. It’s a very insightful talk and it certainly applies to Academe, so watch it first and then read my thoughts below.
Here are a few questions that this stirred up in my mind, please share your thoughts …
1. If work doesn’t happen at work, does learning happen at school (in classrooms)?
2. If interruptions are the problem, does learning happen at home? (between family, friends, TV, video games, and the Internet, home is full of distractions)
3. What is the ideal time and space for learning? Does your answer depend on your age? On your generation?
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