Monthly Archives: March 2013

What I Learned in March

Where did this month go? I don’t know about you but does it feel like the months zip by? Some of you may know that I’m on the Michelle Bridges 12 week Body Transformation Program.  Michelle Bridges is an Australian … Continue reading

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Social Learning Gets the Guernsey at Team Day

As the last two weeks of my current contract draws to a close, I’m trying to wrap things up and hand over the last bits and pieces to my colleagues. After 15 months as an instructional designer on this major … Continue reading

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Designing Learning in the Digital Age – Reflections Of the Day

The following post is a collection of notes and thoughts taken at the Designing Learning in the Digital Age workshop. ***************************************************************************** What do we mean by disruptive?  Clayton M. Christensen, “Disrupting Class” mentions that we need education to be rebuilt. … Continue reading

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One Day in the Life of Me…

One of the assignments of the “Social Learning in Business” workshop run by the Social Learning Centre is to keep a journal reflecting on my day or two.  Rather than scribble it down on a notepad, I’ll write my thoughts … Continue reading

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What I Learned in February

February has been a busy month for me. Hectic actually. Besides the client work,  I explored other contracts (inside and outside of my current organisation), as well as continued my professional development through various MOOCs and the Social Learning Centre … Continue reading

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