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Fig. 1. Lava Lamps – and how we learn – on a rising thermal and in coloured, slimy blobs …
There is a physiological response to the first moments of a new module – I am nervous. This is like meeting the cast for a student play for the first read through. Intrepidation and expectation. As ever, I know no one, not the tutor or fellow students, though many of us have surely crossed paths on previous MAODE modules. We certainly have all of that in common so will have a set of themes and authors, favourite moments and gripes to share.
Visually I see this as my ‘Lava Lamp’ year!
The blob is starting to stretch and will at some stage take me away from the Master’s Degree – now complete – and onwards either returning to learning and development in the multinational / government department arena of my past, or into research.
Fig. 2. Lava lamp inspired quilt – illustrates this idea of the thermal. Is this how we learn? It’s how I visualise it.
If you want the wordy, academic response then read Kolb.
Fig. 3. How I see learning occuring – as expressed during H808 – The e-learning professional