In moving from traditional, tightly-bound direct instruction to something almost entirely self-directed and open, Invisible Learning almost sounds like a joke. It’s about as far from the current definition of “school” as you can get: Always-on…
Invisible learning. This links to Sugata Mitra’s ideas that I have been looking at lately.
i do, however, take some issue with the idea of ‘serendipity’ in learning. It leaves too much to chance, we do not need gaps in skills when we are educating young people.
See on www.teachthought.com