I thought of my learning as taking a road trip of sorts. We started out by orienting ourselves after reading a passage from Kumashiro’s Against Common Sense and we ended talking about curriculum as literacy and how we read the world/what stories we learn. In my mind, those are very similar topics but after a semester touring around the idea of curriculum as cultural and social practice, we end up viewing, interacting with, and unpacking the topic differently at the end of the course. The very same way that traveling makes you notice things about home. I explain it bit more in my digital summary of learning, viewable here.