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(Lif)e-portfolio: listening and sharing

I am reading lots of blogs at the moment. Students on the Sport Coaching Pedagogy unit at the University of Canberra have submitted their blogs...

Developing an E-Portfolio

I missed out on the the EpCop MOOC last year. I did sign up for it but failed to make any of the synchronous presentations...

#UCSIA15: Microlearning opportunities

I am working with colleagues in Teaching and Learning at the University Canberra on an OERu version of the #UCSIA15 open online course. It will...

#coachlearninginsport: re-view

Introduction This is a fourth #coachlearninginsport post on Clyde Street. I am writing it to follow up on two tweets from Bob Muir. https://twitter.com/Bob__Muir/status/619093850741690368 I am delighted Bob...

#coachlearninginsport

I met with two distinguished, outstanding coach educators yesterday. They have enabled me to work with twenty-one high performance coaches over a three-year period. Our...

Open for Learning: Supporting Coach Education and Development

Introduction I was hoping to attend the Sport Leadership sportif Conference in Calgary in November. I was looking forward to presenting a paper with David Legg...

Connecting 131024

Kristen Swanson wrote a brief post two days ago about Adam Grant's book, Give and Take. She shares three profiles from the book: People who help...

Digital Forgetting and Understanding

Introduction Earlier this week, the Washington Post published an article by Julian Gewirtz and Adam Kern. I enjoyed their discussion of digital remembering. Digital Longevity Julian and...

Accredible: Sharing Learning Experiences

I received an alert from Adam Brimo yesterday about Accredible. On the Accredible Blog, the founders note: Here at Accredible, we’ve been working hard to improve...

Blogging Underway #SpCP13

In the last few days I have started to receive links to blogs for the #SpCP13 unit at the University of Canberra. So far I...