All living systems are learning systems;
Life as a pattern of relationships; a self-generating network within a boundary of its own making; membrane is always active as a boundary, always opens and closes; life as metabolic networks: flow;
The more fluctuation, the more flexible system is; pattern is stable, structure changes (structural coupling); only disturb people, not direct;
Every interaction with the environment causes structural changes within the system
Can a system have no boundary?
What’s a healthy level of fluctuation?
What exactly happens when a system interacts with the environment? What are these structural changes?
The future of education: learners realising they’re learning systems already, the role of teachers as feedback loops. What disturbances are worthy in learning environments?
How could a self-directed learning be the future of education? Seeing our bodies+minds as a learning system, where our knowledge graph changes based on interaction with environment, new neurons in the brain grow when we learn.