Tag Archives: Self-directed

#MSLOC430 | Week 1-2

Already more than two weeks since #MSLOC430 kicked off. This online course is the open section of MSLOC 430 – a graduate course in the Master’s Program in Learning and Organizational Change at Northwestern University. The goal of this course … Continue reading

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Surrender into complexity : a move towards self-directed learning

In reaction to my last post on Learning in Suspension, a good friend of mine tweeted this question : .@CedricBorzee interesting…so do you see suspension as motion or stillpoint? 🙂 “blogpost > Learning in suspension http://t.co/rB4WlWPOYf” — Christian de Sousa … Continue reading

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Learning in suspension

Chaos as a “moment in suspension”. Since my last post on tactical serendipity, life has served me some strong tasters of these kind of moments I must say. Like Maha Bali wrote in one of her first articles related to … Continue reading

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