What do you get when you put a philosopher, a dyslexic vice provost, a gorilla, and some basketballs in the same room? Insight into collaborative learning in the digital age, of course!
When the tape stopped, the philosopher asked how many people had counted at least a dozen basketball tosses. Hands went up all over. He then asked who had counted 13, 14, and congratulated those who’d scored the perfect 15. Then he asked, “And who saw the gorilla?”
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