Creators, Synthesizers, and Consumers (Via elearnspace.) I found this idea intriguing… and gsiemens’ reaction as well… particularly in the context of a classroom as a studio:
[In] Creators, Synthesizers, and Consumers the author states that for every creator, there are 10 synthesizers, and 100 consumers. I’m not convinced that this is entirely true in an educational environment. I would expect an equal number of creators and synthesizers during the learning process (with obviously varying levels of quality).