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Harnessing the Power of Play

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 19th November 2014

Harnessing the Power of Play

http://mediasite.uvs.umn.edu/Mediasite/Viewer/?peid=c84b6d4a9c1d45bb838ac49123861d9a
http://cce.umn.edu/documents/CPE-General/November-17-Creative-Design-Webinar.pdf

play as game/gamification in the creative process

Please look at our blog entries on gaming and gamification: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/?s=gamification

 

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Heutagogy

Posted by Plamen Miltenoff on 29th October 2013

Where andragogy grew out of the term pedagogy, heutagogy was created as an offshoot of andragogy.  We see that in Hase and Kenyon’s 2000 article entitled, “From Andragogy to Heutagogy.” Heutagogy maintains the andragogical learner-centered emphasis, but takes it a step further by also highlighting the importance of develop the skills necessary to learn on one’s own. As such, heutagogy is often described as the study of self-determined or self-directed learning.  It is not just about learning content, but also learning how to learn.  It is an especially relevant approach in the digital age, given the vast amount of content and resources available to anyone with a device and Internet access.

http://etale.org/main/2013/04/23/a-primer-on-three-gogies-pedagogy-heutagogy-andragogy/

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