New book on how to hack your own education & get a qualification

“Hot” off the “press” comes Anya Kamenetz’s follow-up to DIY U. Thanks to support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this is a free e-book (all formats). Styled as an Edupunk’s Guide, the emphasis is on practical guidance for the individual, picking up where DIY U’s journalistic survey of the state of play left … Continue reading

Can we make a newspaper about self-organised learning?

Clipped from alchemi.co.uk I’m still digesting the eight interviews I’ve done on these pages in recent months under the Agile Learning banner. (I know, I know: if I haven’t digested them yet, how must you feel?) A few kind souls say there’s some valuable stuff in them, and a handful have even taken on the … Continue reading

“Revolutionary” self organised adult learning project from UK’s Workers Educational Assoc

Looks like this project may be over now (the last ‘news’ item was in March) but it has some interesting PDF resources Clipped from http://www.joinourrevolution.org.uk The Learning Revolution Project is based across the nine English regions of the United Kingdom. The principle of our work is that everyone has something to teach and everyone has something … Continue reading