Category Archives: Bike

What we can learn from a bike?

There is literally nothing that the Dutch won’t do with a bike. Here’s a short list of things i’ve seen people carrying around Amsterdam: the shopping, a large bunch of tulips, a dog in the wicker basket on the handlebars, … Continue reading

Posted in Adaptability, Aesthetics, Agile, Apps, Bike, Cycle, Effectiveness, Innovation, Learning Technology, Mobile Learning, Usability, Utility | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Developing ‘The Knowledge’: rewiring the adaptable brain

I was bouncing around London yesterday, on one leg, by taxi, i got into a conversation about ‘The Knowledge‘. To be a cabbie in London, you have to acquire The Knowledge, a notoriously difficult task, typically taking three or four … Continue reading

Posted in Adaptability, Agile, Assessment, Bike, Complexity, Connections, Craft, Cycle, Embedding, Foundations, History, Information, Knowledge, Learning, Lost, Memory, Neurology, Study | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Goals and targets: driving engagement and activity

Somehow this week i’ve accidentally signed up for a triathlon and a cycle tour of France. Well, both look like good adventures, so it will probably give me some motivation to get out and train in this dreary weather. At … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Bike, Challenge, Collaboration, Engagement, Formal Spaces, Game, Gamification, Informal Spaces, Learning, Race, Reflection, Social Learning | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

A week of writing: Day 2 – Skills for life and skills from life

The rain helped, offering me fewer distractions. The writing went well: i completed my first five thousand words. Interestingly, they came in three bursts. The first in the morning, over coffee, the second early afternoon and the final one later … Continue reading

Posted in Achievement, Adventure, Bike, Context, Cycle, Exploration, Walking, Writing | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment