Some blog followers might be interested in a discussion-list post “Off Topic: Gerald Grow’s Remarkable Photoillustrations” [Hake (2011)].
The first sentence reads:
“Although ‘Off-Topic,’ the remarkable photoillustrations of Gerald Grow (2011) at http://bit.ly/oPgN0n may interest some Academic Discussion List (ADL) subscribers.
To access the complete 3 kB post please click on http://bit.ly/peeQ6I .
P.S. “Off Topic”?? In the signature quote John Dewey speaks to the concerns of Marion Brady http://www.marionbrady.com/ - see e.g., What's Worth Learning [Brady (2010)].
Richard Hake, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Indiana University
Honorary Member, Curmudgeon Lodge of Deventer, The Netherlands
President, PEdants for Definitive Academic References which Recognize the Invention of the Internet (PEDARRII)
“This situation in education represents the divisions and separations which obtain in social life. The variety of interests which should mark any rich and balanced experience have been torn asunder and deposited in separate institutions with diverse and independent purposes and methods. Business is business, science is science, art is art, politics is politics, social intercourse is social intercourse, morals is morals, recreation is recreation, and so on. Each possesses a separate and independent province with its own peculiar aims and ways of proceeding. Each contributes to the others only externally and accidentally.”
John Dewey (1916) in Democracy and Education
REFERENCES [URL's shortened by http://bit.ly/ and accessed on 10 July 2011.]
Brady, Marion. 2010. What's Worth Learning. Information Age Publishing, publisher's information at http://bit.ly/fAaI6Z. Amazon.com information at http://amzn.to/hV9irc. An expurgated Google book preview is online at http://bit.ly/hWpklM.
Dewey, J. 1916. Democracy and Education, Chapter 18 “Educational Values," online at http://bit.ly/r1Vruu thanks to the Institute of Learning Technologies. Scroll down to part 3, “The Segregation and Organization of Values.”
Grow, G. 2011. “Gerald Grow's exhibit of photoillustrations,” JourNet post of 9 Jul 2011 06:49:31-0400; online at http://bit.ly/rs0slb.
Hake, R.R. 2011. “Off Topic: Gerald Grow's Remarkable Photoillustrations” on the OPEN! AERA-L archives at http://bit.ly/peeQ6I. Post of 10 Jul 2011 07:32:56 -0700 to AERA-L, and NetGold. The abstract and link to the complete 3 kB post are being transmitted to various discussion lists.
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