Calm… and breathe…
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Reflective vs Reflexive Practice
#learning, @AndyLancasterUK, @cipd
I’ve been creating visual landscapes with people from the Chartered Institute of Professional Development recently, and in one of the conversations with Andy Lancaster, this interesting contrast arose…
Reflective practice: where the learner reflects on what they have learnt and what it means to them;
Reflexive practice: where the learner considers implications from what they have learnt on the wider context they work within.
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Giving a public talk
#thinkery, @kitterati, @SamHallWales
I stumbled across this thread on twitter about the confidence required to give a public talk. Some of the responses reminded me of my own moment of clarity shortly before being due to speak: I realised that I was going to enjoy giving the talk. So, I think the roller coaster metaphor is a pretty good one…
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The lovely thing about Mozfest, is that you can rock up to a session, already in mid-flow, and learn new things from wonderful people. In fact, I think it’s the only way to do Mozfest; the best sessions are those you chance upon, that expose you to new worlds, and new people.
Here’s a visual thought from the Decolonizing the Internet session, with Anasuya Sengupta.
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#learning, #open, @thatpsychprof
Inspired by For-profit, faux-pen, and critical conversations about the future of learning materials – a blog post by Rajiv Jhangiani.
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Oh, when shall we have undergone our journey of digital transformation and reached the pot of gold at it’s end?
When indeed. Digital transformation is not an event…
This thought also emerged from a conversation with Louise Jones.
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Culture of Innovation
In my humble experience, Innovation is often highlighted as a value, but rarely embedded in a culture. What does a culture of innovation look like? A culture where everyone’s perspective is valued and anyone can be involved in an idea.
This thought emerged from a conversation with Louise Jones.
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We really did this…
I really enjoyed tuning into David Benjamin Blower‘s climate crisis lament as he meandered his way through his set in a friend’s lounge – beautiful, melancholy, folkish; I’ve never heard anything quite like it. It’s the first time I’ve listened to a musical journey, and I was again struck by how I listen differently with a pen in my hand.
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#design, #thinkery, @visualthinkery
It’s a case of the cobbler’s shoes – I rarely find the time to think about how to articulate my own process, but this hot-air balloon really helped me out…
How to create 10 visual ideas from a 1-hour conversation: https://visualthinkery.com/10-ideas/
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Pictures and Swords, Q.E.D.
I’ve deployed all of the proofing logic from my Further Maths A-level to reach this groundbreaking conclusion.
A picture is mightier than 1000 swords…
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