Op Shop, Connectivism and Mutual Flourishing

This is another post that has been waiting to be written! Michael Clarke’s post on Sounding the Revolution gave me the impetus I needed. I like the idea of Op Shops. Wikipedia points out that: Charity shops are a type of social enterprise. They usually sell mainly second-hand goods donated by members of the public, … Continue reading Op Shop, Connectivism and Mutual Flourishing

Accidental Connectivism and the Impulse to Write

Writing has been on my mind a lot lately. Perhaps because I have been thinking about writing I am finding stimuli everywhere and everywhen. I realise that it may be that I am an ‘accidental connectivist’. The most recent stimulus was George Siemen’s blog post Teaching as transparent learning. In the post George explores the … Continue reading Accidental Connectivism and the Impulse to Write

#coachlearninginsport: self-organising networks

Last month, I was invited to join a group of coaches in an online forum. I was delighted to be asked but I have spent much of the time as a peripheral participant … enjoying the open sharing but not contributing. I thought listening might be a good way to start in a group of … Continue reading #coachlearninginsport: self-organising networks