Take a walk and increase your creative output by 60%

Image source The following is the second post in a four part exploration series on the known stages of Flow as defined by the Flow Genome Project, an organisation dedicated to furthering the research on optimal performance and human potential. This builds on the extensive research of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. In my last post, I explored... Continue Reading →

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Easily create a TV studio in your classroom with TouchCast

Having a school run TV studio is a pipedream for many schools and for those that have one up and running, there is a tremendous amount of work required to get the final product polished. Planning and researching the content, rehearsing and taping the segments, setting up the designated space, editing, the list goes on...... Continue Reading →

How we scaled 3D printing

In my previous post, I talked about the need for schools to find symbiotic partnerships with industry to assist with the expertise gap. Schools need support to offer specialised programs. Our capacity as a school to scale 3D printing is not an option without partnerships. 3D printers are not 'plug and play' technology and as... Continue Reading →

A way to breathtaking truth and discovery

Header image source: Unsplash So often the daily practice of writing can seem frustrating and lack purpose. There are the days that the words flow and there are the days that my brain goes missing in action. One of the ways that I jolt my writing into action is by typing up my post it... Continue Reading →

Finding your true authentic creative voice

"If you take the process of creativity seriously, it has no shortcuts. You need to wait for authenticity. The discomfort is always there." Jad Abumrad - Founder of Radiolab We all have our heroes. Creative individuals who make the creating of art seem easy. The quality of their work inspires you in one breath and... Continue Reading →

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