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At the higher conception of education and learning, this type of forum website represents more than just a virtual physics lab to me.
listen from 7 minutes onwards.
John Seely Brown is talking about constructionism in education and open source learning by taking pieces of clues/codes with attribution/credits and remix and re-purpose into new creations.
Amazing that is what i do here in my free time Grin and many others undergraduates/graduates should be tinkering with these kinds of learning in the future.


Tinkering as a Mode of Knowledge Production in a Digital Age: John Seely Brown from carnegie commons on Vimeo.

Thanks you Prof. Hwang! U r a source of inspiration for educators
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