Across the world other teachers and academics have been sharing similar ideas under the term, Rhizomatic Learning. This metaphor using the roots of a plant to explain how the collaboration works visually when we work together online.
Imagine how delighted the symposium members were when they were invited to contribute a chapter of a book about Rhizomatic Learning with authors from all over the world. Here are the details of the chapter
Everyone is an expert: rhizomatic learning in professional learning contexts
Cuthell J, S.Hall, H. Osman, C. Preston, S.Younie MirandaNet Fellowship (2022 In press)In collaboration with: Mike Blamires, Marilyn Leask, Richard Procter (MESHGuides) Nadya French, Gavin Hawkins, Laurence Boulter (Naace) Jon Audain, Chris Shelton, Helen Caldwell (TPEA) in Rhizome Metaphor: Legacy of Deleuze and Guattari in Education and Learning, Editor M.Khine, Springer
If you would like to read a draft of the chapter to quote in a study please get in touch with Professor Christina Preston who can offer you a firstname.lastname@example.org
The following resources are available:
The full MESHGuide
The Concept Map (click to download)