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What I Learned in September: What’s the Point of Sharing, Really?

In a way, I’m glad that this month is nearly over as I learned about myself.  There were happy times, angry times, frustration and elation. The highlights of the month was attending the LearnX Conference in Sydney with two colleagues … Continue reading

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What Did I Learn Today?

This morning I saw a tweet from @MattGuyan who had forwarded a tweet from Nick Leffler (@technkl) about promoting “What did You Learn Today?“ #lrntoday I thought, “why not!?” What a great way to be mindful of what I do … Continue reading

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Week 1 of How To Teach Online MOOC – Everyone’s a Teacher…

It’s a tenuous time at work as we await the announcement of repoints to roles so the MOOC work outside of work hours has been providing me with the mental stimulation I need. This week marked the end of the … Continue reading

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Possibilities Are Endless in a Networked World

It’s 4:50 am on the morning of the Australian elections.  While our current Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and his contender, Tony Abbott are probably up at the same time anxious about today’s result, I have been tossing and turning in … Continue reading

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