Podcasts, podcasts, podcasts!

I have a slight obsession with podcasts. Since I first discovered them back in the good ole iPod days, I have been a regular listener. The EdTech Crew was the first education podcast to grab my attention and I would often extend my drive (the measure of a podcast in my mind) to finish an... Continue Reading →

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Growing the conversation

The world of connected educators can be an echo chamber at times, how WILL you grow the conversation so that we bring more people and perspectives along the journey?  This is the topic of #youredustory this week and it was a topic I put forward.  I think I actually need to clarify the question a... Continue Reading →

Thriving in the information age

Photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/sizes/m/in/photostream/ This quote from Mitchell Kapor has been floating around for a while now and it is just so on the money when you think of the knowledge era/the information age/the Google generation.  To see a great visual of this, click on the link below and check out what happens in one second on the... Continue Reading →

11 questions

This is my response to the 11 questions challenge set by Nick Jackson @largerama (http://largerama.creativeblogs.net/).  These questions really did press on a few nerves and took a while to compile, responding in word and in a public forum really does help sharpen your take and opinion on topics and issues.  Thanks for the challenge Nick!Why... Continue Reading →

How I connect

There is nothing like the feeling of being inspired, whether it be individually or as a part of a group or team.  I love the excitement that a great new idea or an innovative project can bring and I love working with people who feel the same.  I recently went to a TeachMeet in Ballarat... Continue Reading →

Apps that transform my daily learning

I heard a term "device agnostic" recently on the Techlandia podcast and it really resonated with me. When I look at my personal tech workflow, I prefer applications to work on a range of devices as I feel each device shapes and evolves my learning in different ways. So this post is an analysis of... Continue Reading →

An ode to Twitter

Just under a year ago, I finally decided to jump on board the Twitter train. It was not inspired by anyone or as a direct result of a great PD session but more to do with that fact that I wanted to develop an online education version of myself and not log onto great new... Continue Reading →

A beginning

Writing my own blog has been on my to-do list for quite some time and today I can tick it off the list as I have begun my blogging journey.  Just noticed that it wasn't on the most recent to-do list so have jotted it down so I can cross it off...ah the things we... Continue Reading →

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