Tag: writing

Drawing #mindset #grit #resilience #flow #learning

I cannot draw. This has been my mindset since about 8 years of age. Aged 48, I now understand how it came to be that […] 

Workflow & Writing: Ulysses

Write. Anything. Anywhere. My daily writing routines are improving and Ulysses has quickly become an everyday tool. The very effective slogan tells you why. One still needs to actually […] 

#BYOD Tool: WordsEye

“WordsEye is cutting-edge technology that works by parsing text input into a semantic representation which is then rendered as a 3D scene. This process relies […] 

Free is not a radically new price

Since commencing my career as a teacher in Australia, I have written many articles for free and presented at conferences at the same discount price, […] 

Writing & Workflow: Scrivener & Simplenote

And it has become a kind of a truism in the study of creativity that you can’t be creating anything with less than 10 years […] 

ALARM (A Learning and Response Matrix) #1

When Max Woods distilled the core of his presentation about ALARM (A Learning and Response Matrix) for the 200 teachers at the Chifley hotel this week […] 

Life in 100 Words

Life in 100 Words is an idea gleaned from Solid Gold Creativity: The magazine, Marie Claire, recently featured a series to mark the centenary of […] 

Writing in the Digital Age

 

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