Despite over a decade of enthusiasm for blogging I realise that writing is not for everyone – but reflecting on our craft should be. Writing about my reflections forces me to make sense of my [READ MORE]
Professional growth is not only about finding like minded people. Our professional learning networks can be built in this way, adding people from similar backgrounds or roles to our Twitter network. But that might just [READ MORE]
I recently stumbled upon a new label for the behaviours we associate with leadership. In this short clip Nipun Mehta explains a “different paradigm of leadership, which he calls “laddership””. After rolling the idea [READ MORE]
In seeking the ideal conditions for learning, our stewardship of time resources is critical in terms of the daily learner experience. However many of these conditions have not changed in line with our thinking.
Design thinking is a process for developing new ideas and solving problems. It is a series of “design-specific cognitive activities that designers apply during the process of designing” (Visser, W. 2006). It normally involves: Empathising [READ MORE]