Picasso and Me

“A picture used to be a sum of additions. In my case, a picture is a sum of destructions.” ~Pablo Picasso

“A course used to be a sum of added information. In my case, a course is a sum of deducted information.” ~Tricia Ransom

About Tricia Ransom

Patricia Ransom: wife, daughter, friend. Learning, laughing, living. Chicago, Illinois, downstate. Townie, urbanite, traveller. Note: The opinions expressed on this blog belong solely to me and should not be assumed to reflect the opinions of any of my employers past, current, or future.
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2 Responses to Picasso and Me

  1. bschlenker says:

    What you are referring to is a major theme in my view of 21st century learning. It’s all about letting the SME create the massive stone block of content. And then your job is in chiseling away the unnecessary parts until you have a beautiful statue of content.

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  2. Tricia Ransom says:

    Brent, exactly!

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