Hi Alan, I, somewhat serendipitously, read this post recently. Didn’t notice the date. The book arrived, £2.29 including p&p, this morning. Marvellous book and I think it will a great resource when I go back to school in August.
Somewhere or other1 I Saw a link to v.2 (1799) – The Naturalist’s Pocket Magazine or compleat cabinet of the curiosities and beauties of nature. Intriguing enough which lead me to discover the Biodiversity Heritage Library: The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) is the world’s largest open access digital library for biodiversity literature and archives. BHL […]
Hi Alan, This is interesting stuff, you had me at serendipitous😉 I think the IndieWeb is worth raving about, I’ve not really figured out all the technical details, I tend to install, see if it works and forget. Even more exciting is with the IndieAuth plugin you can log in with your own blog as […]
via @katexic newsletter! I am sure we have made book spine poems in DS106 and I’ve made them with my class, but I do like a bit of serendipitous automation.
There are a thousand thoughts lying within a man that he does not know till he takes up the pen to write. William Makepeace Thackeray from: The_History_of_Henry_Esmond- William Makepeace Thackeray – Wikiquote This is my 1000th post on this blog. Just over a year since I marked 10 Years Blogging here on John’s World Wide […]
TL:DR: Cut to the puppies. When I was working on Glow full-time Ian Stuart talked a lot about the Zone of proximal development . Wikipedia says that the ZPD is The zone of proximal development is an area of learning that occurs when a person is assisted by a teacher or peer with a skill […]
The blog I’ve enjoyed reading most this summer has been Clarence Fisher’s. I’m still a believer that my default classroom tech set up: classroom blog, discussion boards, individual blogs, wikis, google docs and hangouts, flickr, skype, and a few random pieces of production software (audacity, etc) does more to give kids a voice, to connect […]
Over on week 1 of P2PU Why Open? course the question is: What do you think “openness” is? Focusing on your own field or context (if you wish), describe what it means to do work openly, or to make one’s activity or artifacts open. Alternatively, you could talk about what you think “openness” means generally, […]
A little blue sky thinking. For the last few weeks I’ve been kicking the tyres of the new MS 365 glow. It is not without its teething problems, although these do seem to be getting found and fixed. Education Scotland seem confident that everything will get sorted but we have not had much indication of […]
Edutalk has now been running for over 2 years, we have published over 300 pieces of educational audio. These vary from TeachMeet recording, through to personal reflection by way of pupil podcasts. Hopefully theses provide interesting and educational listens. One of the things that David and I talked about when we started EDUtalk was issuing […]