Tag Archives: Practical

Creating a community of practice: social learning games

This blog is often a space to discuss ideas, to reflect on different aspects of learning. Today, i want to be a little more practical. I want to think about a practical exercise for generating a social learning community. Many … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning: day two – augmented reality

This week i’m working on a new book on ‘mobile learning’. I’m sharing some sections as they are completed. Here, a section on augmented reality, exploring what it is and where it may take us. The final section that i … Continue reading

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I’ve got a hunch you’re right. What have we learnt about facts, figures and experience?

I watched a film last night about a runaway train. The basic premise was that the driverless train was heading at high speed (complete with toxic cargo) towards the town and inevitable disaster. Luckily, a second train, crewed by two … Continue reading

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How to knit socks. Practical skills and learning in the Information Economy

Someone’s knitted me a pair of socks. By hand, from an actual sheep. Now, i can do a lot of things, some of them half way competently, but i’d have to say that i have no idea how to knit … Continue reading

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