The future of work and learning

Transforming learning in the digital workplace This week I will be presenting and running a workshop at the LearnTech Asia 2015 conference in Singapore (3-5 November) alongside an impressive line-up of reputable learning professionals such as Laura Overton (Towards Maturity, UK http://towardsmaturity.org/), Charles Jennings (70:20:10, Internet Time Alliance, UK http://internettimealliance.com/), Steve Wheeler (Plymouth Uni, UK), Clark Quinn…

Disrupt Learning

The current educational landscape is in the midst of a disruptive state with new technological developments, including the use of personal devices such as smartphones and tablets questioning the relevance institutional platforms. Challenges to current funding models in education will require, in some cases, a total review of economic models. While the phenomenal rise of…

What do you LOVE about learning?

‘veI presented at 5 difference conferences and workshops over the last couple of  weeks – and collected some interesting data / responses to 2 questions: 1. What do you LOVE (or like) about learning?2. What do you dislike (not hate – I didn’t go there!) about learning? Here are the collated responses:1. What do you…

Reframing Assessment #2

What is a deadline? Considering the notion of deadlines in the context of the purpose of assessment almost seems an ironic contradiction… but let’s just look at what a deadline is – or isn’t: What a deadline is not: it is NOT when you start your submission is NOT to be ignored you do NOT…