Monthly Archives: November 2015

The most important space of all

While much of my work at the moment focuses on the formal learning space (that which is timetabled for teacher-facilitated learning) my fascination is and always has been with adjacent space. I talk about adjacent space, adjacency, and proximate space … Continue reading

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Managing my learning ecology

I developed the My Ecology tool for a discussion workshop I ran at ALT-C 2015 titled The ways we share our innovative thinking and practice. The tool was presented as a quadrant diagram incorporating two axis: the active-passive continuum and the … Continue reading

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