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#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...

Networks

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

Corresponding to connect a self-organising group

I have just received a letter. It is the third Friday letter from Abbotstown. I like to think of Abbotstown as a place in...

A pedagogy of small

Tanya Elias, Laura Ritchie, Geoffrey Gevalt, and Kate Bowles (2020) (link) have written about the pedagogy...

#EL30 Graphing

Week 3 of Stephen Downes' E-Learning 3.0 course is looking at Graphs. Stephen recommended some resources for this topic. These included: Vaidehi Joshi's (2017) gentle introduction...

#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...

#UCSIA15 Connections, Nodes and Wormholes

Last week, Stephen Downes wrote about Becoming MOOC. The concluding paragraph of his post is: Learning in a MOOC and literacy in a MOOC become synonymous....

#UCSIA15: O2S rather than FoMO?

I have been thinking about the enormous potential of #UCSIA15 to connect communities of practice in sport informatics and analytics. I wondered if it might...

#UCSIA15 Connecting and Sharing Macro and Micro Perspectives

Introduction We are three weeks away from the start of #UCSIA15, a free, open, online course that will share experiences of sport informatics and analytics. The...

#UCSIA15 A family meeting

We had a delightful family day in Braidwood on Christmas Day. There was joy, excitement, relief and contentment. I hope that this is the atmosphere that...