The #MondayMix continues on from last week’s #milestones post. I am proud to say that as of December 2nd 2017, I officially completed my MA with it’s 20,384 words! On Monday, a bike courier headed across London to deliver my … Continue reading #MondayMix
This week’s #MondayMix is retrospective. Have you ever reached a milestone on a project – the moment where you can finally ‘see the finishing line’? It’s accompanied by a feeling of knowing the cumulative research, logistics, learning, and at times, … Continue reading #MondayMix
Mondays kick start the week and continue to be varied and surprising. In leadership, it’s often when the unexpected occurs, that sharpens your thinking and adds to the mix. The #MondayMix this week featured: morning briefing – all staff. exploring … Continue reading #MondayMix
On April 11th, the article I was invited to write on ‘technology in education’ as part of the @IamExpat website series of education, went live in the Netherlands. You can read the published article ‘Learning Technology: Developing professionals of the future’ here on www.iamexpat.nl. … Continue reading Learning Technology: Developing professionals of the future.
#postaday (2) Recently, the Learning Technology Action Group [LTAG], held what we affectionately called a ‘braindump’ day to focus our thinking around the impact of technology … Continue reading Learning Strategies – Are We Walking Our Talk?
Another exciting term launched straight into new initiatives, strategic & future planning, iPad rollouts, staff training, parent workshops, social media and the start of my next … Continue reading 3 Reminders of Why Education Matters
No sooner had term ended, I packed a bag and gadgets and headed off to meet fellow arrivals at Schiphol Airport for the EMEIA Apple Distinguished Educators Institute 2015. Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist) echoed the preparation perfectly in this Tweet! I’d … Continue reading Apple Distinguished Educator Institute. What’s The Story?
Boyd (2008) differentiates between mediated, unmediated and public networks and how these play out among social structures of 14 to 18 year old teens on MySpace in U.S.A. Suggesting the three are distinguished by scale of audience and boundaries: unmediated … Continue reading Like Me, See Me, Know Me? Networked Publics and Teenage Social Life