Blogging 2010: Celebrating and Recognising Reciprocal Altruism

I was fascinated to read about this year’s nominations for the Edublog Awards. There are thirty-one nominations for the Individual Edublog Award. Always Learning An A-Z of ELT Cool Cat Teacher Dangerously Irrelevant dy/dan Educational Origami Free Technology for Teacher Kevin’s Meandering Mind iLearn Technology Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom Jane’s eLearning Pick of … Continue reading Blogging 2010: Celebrating and Recognising Reciprocal Altruism

Vicarious Learning and Reciprocal Altruism

I follow 257 people on Twitter and am moving towards 500 tweets. Whenever I access Twitter I find a treasure trove of links and discussions. Twitter has accelerated for me the connectedness that Stephen Downes offers in his work. My access to Twitter, Stephen’s work and my aggregation of blog posts has transformed my reading, … Continue reading Vicarious Learning and Reciprocal Altruism

Jamie Coles Guest Post 1: What Makes the Perfect Sport Performance Analyst?

Foreword I am delighted that the Clyde Street blog will host three guest posts written by Jamie Coles. I was introduced to Jamie during his undergraduate course at Cardiff Met. He is now a Masters student in performance analysis and is exploring practitioner effectiveness. I have followed Jamie’s work with great interest. One of the … Continue reading Jamie Coles Guest Post 1: What Makes the Perfect Sport Performance Analyst?