This blog is a result of an exploration of the use of pattern language to articulate our learning and teaching practice.  We invite critical feedback on the individual patterns developed and on the validity of the approach.

We do not expect participants to leave comments on all patterns but the more you are able to do the better. You might wish to start by browsing through them and then make a selection for deeper consideration and comments.   Be aware that comments will not appear immediately as they will be placed in a moderation queue as an anti-spam measure.

At the top of the page there is an introduction to pattern languages which gives some background about the approach.



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