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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...

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....

Networks

My son, Sam, has just written a post about systems and networks (link). I found the...

#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...

Gleaning

In an interview published this week, Stephen Downes discusses connectivism. He observes: knowledge is the organization of connections in a network of interconnected entities, where a...

Connecting with sport at the crossroads of the world

This morning was one of those delightful, connecting mornings. We have had really good overnight rain in Braidwood. The air is cool ... and my...

Connecting, Curating and Contemplating

Introduction I have participated remotely in two conferences in the last two weeks. Last week it was Ascilite2016. This week it was Moodleposium2016. I followed both conferences from...

Connecting understanding, learning and performance pre-view

Introduction Earlier this week on Clyde Street, I discussed coach learning. In this post, I look at some of the scaffolding that might support coaches' learning...

#coachlearninginsport: leading and following

Introduction I am the beneficiary of daily acts of kindness. Each morning I wake to find treasure baskets of ideas shared by colleagues from around the...

#coachlearninginsport: open to learn

Introduction Many years ago, I attended a meeting of the British Association of National Coaches (BANC) at Bisham Abbey. Don Rutherford chaired the meeting. Don was...