Category Archives: Haiku

How do we communicate? A song about the languages of learning

I’m editing my new book on ‘music in learning‘ and trying to draw out my thoughts into some practical models around the subject. Part of this involves trying to characterise how we use different the different languages of learning to … Continue reading

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The Haiku of Twitter. Are integrated photos an upgrade, or a change in what micro blogging is all about?

I’ve just uploaded my first photo enabled Tweet. You can see it here if you like: It’s not very exciting, just a picture of my ‘office’ as i write about Twitter, but it represents a fundamental shift in what … Continue reading

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