( * ) Coronavirus that is…
I don’t know about you, but I’m in the middle of my most productive unproductive spells ever. Whilst my Visual Thinkery work has all but dried up as the world tries to get back on an even keel, I’m knee-deep in the list of those other things I’ve put off for years, due to the freelancer’s motto: paid work comes first. If you find yourself in the same boat (and I get the feeling it is a VERY BIG boat) then let’s sail together ‘cross the sea of uncertainty knowing that at least we are not alone…
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I doff my hat to the team that can turn a face-to-face conference into a meaningful online one. Having said that, the ALT/OER20 team are pretty well positioned to do just that!
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These are pretty weird times indeed. There’s lots of discussion around taking schools online, as we head further towards social lockdown. For most, that’s a new thing – but there are those that have been practising this art for a long time. And as ever, it’s not about the technology, but the pedagogy…
This is a visual remix of a graphic I created for the CESI conference, suggested by Mags Amond.
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When I’m watchin’ my TV
And a man comes on to tell me
How clean my hands could be…
Hey, hey hey…
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…because it’s pretty hard to retrospectively change who you came into contact with five days ago.
So let’s look out for each other.
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