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Natural Order of Learning

Technology is derived from nature and is integral to discovery. E-learning is therefore a natural evolution of institutional learning.

Alison Zepp

on 27 February 2013

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Transcript of Natural Order of Learning

Alison Zepp for edcmooc Natural Order of Learning We learn from nature Our inspiration for technology We learn from each other Social interactions accelerate learning The farther we look Technology comes from natural order It's merely different Genus Apis Robotic bee "Mobee" The more we see familiar patterns Human brain MRI Bubble nebula Genus Quercus Fractal Social network E-learning doesn't lead to utopia or dystopia Along with our understanding of the universe How we learn is always changing
Harvard University Microrobotics Lab
Jeremy Knox
Kevin MacLeod
Louis Schwartzberg
TED Creative elements courtesy of
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