Tag: learning

Prezi rocks

I use Prezi. I love it and how it can make a presentation that much more engaging. I still use Keynote (I try to avoid Powerpoint if at all possible) but my go-to is Prezi. Even the free version is worthwhile. 1 Billion Prezis!

Oh, so right on.

LinkedIn via @Franc J. Pacheco, MEd, coughed up a great infographic on learning theory in my feed today. I checked it out, and the blog it’s attached to, and repost it here. 30+ years experience working with disenfranchised or marginalised learners and a doctoral thesis… Continue Reading “Oh, so right on.”

READ! READ! READ! |Reblog

bazaar Kuwait is out for September, and as usual, I have an article in its pages. I say, “as usual” but in fact, there is a little thrill of excitement to see something I wrote in print – real print – not just online. This… Continue Reading “READ! READ! READ! |Reblog”

Learning Waterways | Guest Post

I’m really pleased to post an article written by my friend, John MacArthur. Eclectic, acerbic, witty, and akin to Eeyore (he would prefer that I not use “curmudgeonly”), John’s writing often takes me to thoughtful places I haven’t been before. ~S I’ve been a high school teacher, or, if… Continue Reading “Learning Waterways | Guest Post”

Vindication! | Reblog(s)

Two great posts on the same subject – education and the process of learning. I think they’re great because of positive bias. I happen to think this way, and have banged on this one-string guitar for years. Now hoity-toity peeps have started playing the… Continue Reading “Vindication! | Reblog(s)”