Saturday, August 19, 2017

Learning incomes and learning subjectives

I am sitting in a deep and meaningful conversation with Prof Liezl Nel of the University of the Freestate and our joint doctoral student, Fred Mudavanhu, and Fred has introduced two new words that emerged from his research.  These are learning "Incomes" (as opposed to outcomes) and learning"Subjectives" instead of learning objectives.
Now well this resonates with my concept of collectionism...
Learning "Incomes" are those items that are added to the collection.
Learning "Subjectives" are the choices made by curators of their collection of learning assets.

2 comments:

Fred Mud said...

The words emerged as a result of rhizomatic discussions in the development of a Rhizomtic MOOC rMOOC during my PhD research. I expalin rMOOC here http://teachingandlearning.org.za/mooc-types-the-xmooc-cmooc-and-rmooc/

Mark said...

When I saw the headline I thought of Dave Cormier and his Rhizomatic learning. I thought that might be the source. I like these terms as well, they resonate with me.