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Educational Dystopia — It Happens With Every Model

This is a post I wanted to write.  However, I want you to hear me, the real me, with every “uh, uh” and stuttered word.  I want you to hear my tone of voice.  The gist is simple: every model can become a dystopia. (Note: click on the link and it should play on another tab)

About John Spencer

I teach. I write. I live. I want to do all three authentically.


4 thoughts on “Educational Dystopia — It Happens With Every Model

  1. For what it’s worth, I cringe whenever I hear my own voice recorded.

    Posted by John T. Spencer | August 22, 2011, 10:00 pm
  2. John,

    I am currently enjoying your discussion of systems (we need to talk more about system thinking) and love the flow of this audio piece. I think it would be nice to re record as a voice over for maybe an animation or something visual… even if simple visuals.

    Also I just noticed yesterday that you can do call in posts… not sure if that is something you are interested in… Or maybe this might be the start of a good google+ hangout or podcast… Terry has been trying to get these started for a while…

    I think the coop is ready to move outside of written text…..though I would be interested in also seeing about putting together a printed version of some of our post around a subject…

    anyway I continue to listen to your post…

    also might be interested in the work of David Hicks…he writes a lot about future studies and the how we can use visioning and future studies in the classroom. Working on a post about it… soon.

    Thank you for sharing…

    Posted by dloitz | August 23, 2011, 1:42 pm


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