One of the things that I find important to foster in my classroom is a diverse set of points of view being represented. By having people present and defend their biases, myself included, we may come to a better, mediated understanding of a given topic. Mostly, we accomplish this through open inquiry on topics, an environment that has trust, and a clear set of rules on respect. Then, after all voices are heard, we introduce case studies, scholarly research, and lots and lots of facts to find out what is most likely true. Because truth, after all, is relative.
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- 20121206: A portrait of Richard Stallman’s face in ascii text binary code by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #opensource #creativecommons #design (365sketches.org)
- 20121118: A Hemingway Cat by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #design (365sketches.org)
- 20121126: Lucky Bamboo sketch by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #cc #design (365sketches.org)