Creativity is a difficult subject in science. What is creativity, is a difficult question. Do You know an answer?
Could rhizomatic learning be a way to become a more creative person?
How does rhizomatic learning (whatever that may be) grow into creativity?
Innovation is “typically understood as the successful introduction of something new and useful” (Dasgupta & Gupta, 2009). These may include new methods, practices, techniques, products or services. Is innovation creativity?
I want to be a bit more adventurous with the things I do Is rhizomatic learning more adventurous than “middle of the road learning”.
Exists some psychological barrier to prevent students, humans from rhizomatic learning, or is it cultural? ( that cMOOCs are not necessarily scalable across contexts because not all people feel comfortable with the technology or the lack of structure or info overload,)
Is cheating a creative strategy?
It seems that the boundaries between plagiarism and repurposing, what is creativity and what is not, remain very blurred and a bit of a minefield. Or is plagiarism a new and inhuman way to claim of ownership of ideas and inventions? Is plagiarism a ‘capitalist’ sin or is it really theft or robbery? How could we learn a language without plagiarism, using the words of another people?
The League of Pragmatic Optimists (LOPO) is an exercise in ‘engineered serendipity’ – a mechanism for diverse people and ideas to bump into each other and create (and deliver) projects that aim to improve things. Is serendipity something rhizomatic?
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