Category Archives: xBox

The ecosystem of engagement in learning

We do not learn in isolation: we inhabit a rich ecosystem of media, all competing for our attention. TV adverts, posters on the sides of buses, radio, new music, films, the xBox, books, emails from friends, Facebook and Twitter, there … Continue reading

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Ten percent of the way. Reflections on motivation and learning from the blog so far.

This is my twentieth article on the blog and my first targeted milestone. When I set out this year to try and capture some thoughts and ideas about Learning, i set myself some goals. I wanted to spend an hour … Continue reading

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The Pervasive Nature of Technology

Mobile devices and ever more prevalent technology mean the appearance of a screen in virtually every room in every house, as well as on the bus, the train and even the walk to work. Even at a rough count, i’ve … Continue reading

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