The One Panel Universe|University: A Close Read of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening

I discovered this book via #rhizo15.  Thanks. I know that the comments swamp the content in the image below–noise flattening the signal–so read his text first. Better yet, buy the book. ‘Tis wort…

Source: impedagogy.com

Critique of non-rhizomatic learning?  We shall see.

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3 thoughts on “The One Panel Universe|University: A Close Read of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening

  1. Dear Professor Eliot,
    Upon reading Unflattening in our history class, we focused in on page 14 and the interpretation of the bubbles as seen as Scantrons. This was a main point of the discussion we had as a class. Just like a Scantron, we feel like we cannot go out of the order established within the education system. This standardizes our education and does not teach us to “think outside of the box.” We also spoke about the fact that we are associated with an ID number in the computer, not our names. This takes away individuality and the personality that makes each person unique.
    Sincerely, Team Berg
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