“Slow reading,” what used to be called just “reading”— does it defeat the purpose of “ambient intelligence?” Is ambient intelligence itself a desirable phase of technology? It’s a moot point, because it’s nigh. I might be spreading the word about screen-free time as a buoyant, pearly treasure in daily life (not just for children). Time in nature is one flavor of thatContinue reading “Slow Reading”
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“Clean the owl …
“Clean the owl cage.” Those who ponder the variants, whys, and wherefores of outdoor education will want to read this terrific post by Sean Musselman on what’s become a buzz phrase—”authentic learning experience.” Meanwhile, as I write this, I’m cleaning my own metaphorical owl cage by taking two disparate generations of family members on a coastalContinue reading ““Clean the owl …”
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