Getting Work Done

This post is in responses to the Edublogs Club prompt associated with classroom or office spaces. I am not sure I have that much to say in regards to the aesthetics of open planned working environment. However, I do have some thoughts on the digital spaces which I use to ‘get work done’. As I…

#makeschoolsdifferent

flickr photo shared by mrkrndvs under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC-SA ) license I have seen Scott McLeod’s #makeschoolsdifferent meme gradually spread over the last few months. It has been interesting reading the different ideas that people suggest. Even though I had been challenged, I didn’t feel the need to respond. When Steve Brophy tagged me…

Breaking Out of the Bubble

creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-SA ) flickr photo shared by mrkrndvs This weeks topic for #youredustory is how will you grow the conversation so that we bring more people and perspectives along the journey? It is so easy to get caught up on the argument about echo chambers and engaging with a wider audience. In an interview with the Ed…

Just Make – Documenting Play and Exploration in Robotics

creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-ND ) flickr photo shared by mrkrndvs I have been wondering for a while about all the hype around the Reggio Emila Approach, an early childhood program that focuses on relationships, documentation, project work, personal expression and active listening. Initially my attention was sparked by Dan Donahoo’s keynote for ICTEV13 Conference and the notion of the…