Open University Innovating Pedagogy Report, 2019

Jenny Connected

2019). Innovating Pedagogy 2019: Open University Innovation Report 7. ‘ Place-based learning’, for example, speaks to me: I can easily imagine taking some students into a place, whatever it is, and asking them what they can infer from their surroundings. Ferguson, R.,

2019 155

Tinkering with the system won’t help reinvent the purpose of education

Jenny Connected

Having followed Stephen’s e-learning 3.0 Trends in e-Learning and Virtual Education. For the e-learning 3.0 e-learning 3.0

2019 155

Listening to and Learning from the ‘Other’

Jenny Connected

Do we try to listen and learn from the ‘Other’? For a few months now I have been struggling to understand the idea of the ‘Other’, i.e. the capitalised Other. Why is it that so many people write about it and make such a big thing of it?

2019 155

What You Can Learn from Your Employee Networks

Partnering Resources

The post What You Can Learn from Your Employee Networks appeared first on Partnering Resources. Employee Resource Groups provide ways for employees to connect with people like them. But do they produce results?

2019 141

Attending to the invisible ‘Other’

Jenny Connected

What are the implications of what is invisible for how we live and learn? Kochi Biennale 2019. Networked Learning Conference 2010 philosophy The Divided Brain 'Other' betweenness Iain McGilchrist invisibility nodocentrism Ulises Mejias

2019 148

Tool of the month: do-it-yourself animation videos

Joitske Hulsebosch

The bad news is that it takes you quite some time the first time to learn the program. Anyone can now create an animation video using handy do-it-yourself tools. In this blog you will find a number of tools and tips to start with.

2019 151

Revisiting Calcutta (now Kolkata) after 65 years

Jenny Connected

I learned this wonderful and so apt expression, which describes the sense of ‘deja vu’ experienced, or that history is speaking to you, from a blog post recently written by Lisa Lane.

2019 139

My personal year of learning about evaluation

Chris Corrigan

For a number of years I have been studying and learning about evaluation. All of this learning and relationship has made me a more conscious facilitator and strategist.

2019 76

Differences are real; divisiveness is a choice

Chris Corrigan

It was a timely gathering for 70 people from government, civil society, and social enterprise to come and learn how to work with differences.

2019 83

Walking away from facebook

Chris Corrigan

There were a number of factors in that decision, and I’ll share what I learned and what I’m doing now. . Back in December I announced my intention to take a sabbatical from Facebook and see what would happen.

2019 93

Helping kids learning to move around confidently

Mathemagenic

Once kids start doing things outside of the house on a regular basis we help them to learn packing what is needed and taking care of being ready in time. Next to a lot of practice and scaffolding what helps here is learning to use calendars, schedules and alarms and smart organisation of the gear needed. It is much easier for the kids to master what it takes to navigate regular routes by foot or with a bus than to learn how to do it safely on the bike.

2019 89

Teams, communities and networks: a case of our homeschooling group

Mathemagenic

What we had before was broken with lots of pain (and learning that comes with it and there we live there is no critical mass of like-minded homeschoolers with the kids/rhytms/values that match to make it work easily.

2019 116

Open web, newcomers and community tools

Mathemagenic

I guess it had to do not only with the state of things on the web but also with my own processes of learning in other spaces and building up enough energy to rejoin in the open. Over last years I made many attempts to return to blogging, but couldn’t quite get the feeling of how it was before. That feeling of belonging. To the idea space. To the tribe of people connected by the intricate network of invisible stories and traces of digital artefacts.

2019 89

Planning in pure dialogue

Chris Corrigan

We have run this leadership program for 8 years now, putting around 400 people through a nine month intensive program of residential and applied learning.

2019 75

Growing ideas and PKMastery workshop

Mathemagenic

I needed to make that choice eight years ago, to be able to recover from burnout and to learn how to care for myself, our three kids and my permaculture garden. Changing the world, also through art, was a particularly interesting discussion, since it touched on “start from yourself” point, where I’ve learned a lot in the last years, and on creating attractors for convening, which connects to my interests in creating spaces where interaction emerges.

2019 89

The politics of translation and the role of staff in Sudbury schools

Mathemagenic

It is the last one which is a biggest challendge when it comes to figuring out what exactly the position and the role of staff entails – since the traditional hyerarchy of adults deciding what, how and when kids should learn is easier to let go in theory than in practice. Learning Unschooling democratic schools facilitating unschooling translation

2019 89

Three musketeers, time and knowledge gaps

Mathemagenic

And then, as usual, it became watching a movie turned into a learning experience. At some point at home we looked at the karaoke style video of the song, to learn more than the refrain. I wanted to share with the kids D’Artagnan and Three Musketeers movie of my childhood, an iconic musical of its time. So we set into it, spreading three series over three evenings.

2019 89

Capacity building and scaling a participatory approach

Chris Corrigan

We mix “legacy” leaders with experienced and emerging leaders to show that learning never ends. While it’s about learning in participatory ways, the program has a kind of hidden agenda. Art of Hosting Collaboration Evaluation Featured First Nations Leadership Learning

2019 69

From the feed

Chris Corrigan

Understanding the Learner and the Learning Process. I am fascinated by the connection between how we learn in complex systems and how we strategize in complexity. And there is no better lab for understanding good complexity learning than complex sports like basketball and football.

2019 57

How Can We Prepare For an Unknowable Future?

How to Save the World

So at this stage that would seem to be my answer: First, re-skill our community’s people (learn the essential skills that we will need if and when economic and ecological collapse leads to bankrupt governments and corporations and broken infrastructure).

2019 69

Blogging Without Facebook

How to Save the World

Since then this blog has allowed me to discover how to eat well, and to discover and achieve clarity on radical non-duality, learnings which have been equally transformative in my life. Cartoon from the New Yorker by Lee Lorenz.

2019 51

Curious About Radical Non-Duality But Hate Videos?

How to Save the World

Some people have told me that while they’re interested in the message (which seems more and more aligned with the latest learnings in neuroscience, quantum theory and astrophysics, and consistent with the ideas of several modern philosophers), they can’t bear watching or listening to recordings.

2019 49

A-Z of my year – 2018

Jenny Connected

Announcing one family wedding for 2019 and one family engagement. E – E-Learning 3.0. I first wrote a post like this in 2016. I didn’t write one last year. Here is one for this year.

2018 139

Senior Social Media Professional Training – August 2018

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

See Day by Day Schedule below to learn more. Will be run again in 2019 when I clear the backlog of client social media strategy contracts and inhouse corporate workshops and conference thingies. AUGUST 27TH-29TH 2018 SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP, SYDNEY Australia.

2018 130

A decade of living and learning, hosting and harvesting

Chris Corrigan

I have mostly survived by holding questions, opening myself to learning, and reminding myself that I don’t have to be the expert all the time. And who can know what I’ll be writing about on August 31, 2019, in my 51st year, as I catch myself surprised at all that has happened.

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