Learning Communities Can Help You Thrive in Our 21st Century Digital World!
The Racism Learning Community is one of the @lantis Learning Community family of connected communities focused on building a better community through education and networking.
It is our 2st Century resource for exploring and learning about the things that matter to us.
We ask questions and try to figure out the best answers to those questions.
The process of trying to find the best answers to our questions will help our community grow and prosper.
Who Can Join the Racism Learning Community
There are Five (5) ways to interact with our Learning Community:
- Free – Anyone with a Browser can connect. But, access is limited.
- Guest – Can contribute and get discounts on Premium Content.
- Subscriber – Pays for connection.
- Residents – Sets Policy and Governance, Must live in the Racism, Full Bios vetted, Can add Facts and Conclusions. Participates in Policy and Governance discussions and votes on our Racism Constitution. Can Create Intellectual Property for the Community.
- Mentor/Content Creator/Author/ Grader – Can get paid for a contribution to the learning community.
How do “Learning Communities” Work?
@lantis Learning Communities are built around the belief that there is more useful information available than one individual can processes.
The parable of the blind men learning about an elephant is a perfect analogy.
The key here is that the blind men must acknowledge they are blind. And they must acknowledge they need help from others to truly understand the elephant. The problem is you really cannot trust the descriptions of others. Sometimes because others intentionally try to mislead. But, but often because of natural Conformational Biases and natural perceptual processes. Thus, we use what Ronald Reagan called, “Trust but Verify.”
By setting up a “Standard Learning Communication Process” whereby small groups of learners process individual pieces of information, called “Learning Nuggets,” and provide the metadata (metadata is a 21st century information concept) about the information the entire community is benefited.
The Racism Learning Community materials and videos are meant to spark curiosity and discussion, so go ahead and share our videos with your friends. Or enemies. Or neighbors.
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