In this short interview I did for EDtalks in New Zealand at ULearn14, I share some of my thinking on the importance of developing curiosity filled learning, how we need creative processes like design thinking for learning and the tensions we face in the design of it all.
I have often referred to times when my son George is faced with new experiences as “moments of flux”. These newly discovered pieces of understanding cause a shift in the knowledge George has and creates [READ MORE]
During my keynote at Edutech a few weeks back I outlined some of the false pedagogic dichotomies that are present in education. In addition to these supposed tensions there are natural forces and tendencies at [READ MORE]
It was with a fair dollop of trepidation I took to a stage last week at Edutech 2014 in Brisbane and shared some ideas about creative learning. Marginally due to the number of people, but mainly [READ MORE]
A research study into the performance levels of hospital staff explored something unusual about the error rates that were recorded there. Amy Edmonson the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, shares [READ MORE]