Tag: reflection

Reading for pleasure?

Twice a year at this blog I reflect on books read. While drafting that soon to be published post, I started thinking about how children […] 

The solitary walker: travelling and learning

Walking, ideally, is a state in which the mind, the body, and the world are aligned, as though they were three characters finally in conversation […] 

Travelling in Japan (Part III): Reflections and Highlights

“What must be admitted, very painfully, is that this was a disaster made in Japan…Its fundamental causes are to be found in the ingrained conventions […] 

The role of a teacher

Please reflect idealistically, in exactly 100 words, on the important role of a schoolteacher in 21st century Australia.  I recently asked pre-service teachers to reflect about the […] 

The Wrong Conversations

  Fairfax has signalled that the future is online Fairfax cuts 1900 jobs   Fairfax media, publishing the Sydney Morning Herald, since 1831, is the […] 

Mirror, Mirror

“AirPlay is a technology invented by and used by Apple to let users broadcast audio, video, and photos to compatible WiFi-connected devices.”                             Source There are […] 

AI MOOC (Guest Post)

My colleague, Andrew Walker, writes about his experience doing Stanford University’s AI course in a guest (and his first) blog post.   cc licensed ( […] 

The best of both worlds: an anecdote

I have been asked to ‘lecture’ at the University of Wollongong this year. This position gives me the privilege of working with tertiary students preparing […] 

Viborg Katedralskole

My time at Viborg Katedralskole is coming to an end in a few days, which saddens me greatly. The liberal Danish ethos towards education and the general willingness […] 

Video Games: My Personal History and Recollections

Do you advocate playing video games in education? We should talk more about our own life experiences as part of this conversation. I have been reflecting […] 

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