The Personal Knowledge Management approach to Sense-Making is a practical application of [connectivism] in that it is inherently embedded in a knowledge network.
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My experience is that sense-making operates in at least two interacting loops:
The fast loop operates many times daily driven by an immediate problem or knowledge challenge. Typically the knowledge artifacts from this loop are those required to solve the immediate problem, e.g. application of knowledge in code, with minimal additional note-taking.
The natural tendency within the fast loop to do just what the immediate task requires without significant note-taking can be an impediment to deeper learning. The preferred mitigation is to develop habits of [daily-logging] and [periodic-reflection] are a potential mitigation.
The importance of [half-baked-ideas]
[knowledge-work-should-accrete] — We should strive to design practices and systems which yield compounding returns on our efforts as they accumulate over time.