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Reading List #11

So I missed the ¬†weekly deadline – but hey that’s why I number these posts instead, there’s no false advertising on my part. The problem with running longer though is I don’t tend to switch off – there’s just more stuff! So here’s to a bumper edition! Bursting Bubbles and Different Perspectives The first couple […]

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Reading List #10

Another week has gone by, this one without me being sick – so that’s good. Some more great work to share – so Enjoy! Awesome The Inferno of Independence by @fchimero This post from Frank Chimero achieves the Awesome category this week and it got a lot of publicity this week – because it really […]

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Reading List #9

So I tried my very best this week to keep up the Reading List as a weekly project. It was a lot easier given that I spent most of the week laid up sick! Awesome OK so I’ve created a new category of awesome just for Yiibu just for this list. These are fantastic self […]

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Reading List #8

Amazingly this might be the quickest follow-up to my reading list! Lucky number 8. As always a collection of great ideas and topics. I’ve also included a few videos for those that don’t do reading ūüôā Innovation Universities are not Innovation Bootcamps A really great piece with a number of poignant points worth quoting. Universities […]

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Reading List #7

OK so there’s been a bit of a break – so this is a bit longer than expected. So this reading list has a bit of a thematic grouping. Innovation Innovation Isn’t an Idea Problem I agree with the assessment that innovation is not an idea problem; it’s a recognition problem. Most organisations don’t seem […]

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Reading List #6

I hope you’ll agree this reading list is one of the best and most diverse in terms of topics and ideas. I can’t say that there is a single emerging theme here, but they all seem to form pieces of a much larger puzzle – how we live, work and learn in an increasingly digital […]

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Reading List #5

There is a bit of theme running through this list – edtech and innovation. It’s been a topic of discussion for me over the last week or so and I’ve been trying to develop and clarify my thinking on the topic. Expect a blog post soon on it! A gorilla in their midst: rethinking educational […]

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Reading List #4

OK, there’s a really big gap between this post and the last, for what was intended to be a weekly post! My excuse is simple – I’ve been busy. Productively busy – outputting far more than I have been inputting. My¬†addiction¬†to more information hasn’t really abated – and that’s why this is a long list […]

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Reading List #3

So another week another set of new articles – mixed up with a few video and audio posts this time round! A 10th Grader Explains How Social Media Can Replace Textbooks – A really nicely put piece, simple but lovely. “Social media can transform a class from a traditional, cookie cutter, textbook-using class into an […]

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Reading List #2

In all honesty this was a week of some cracking reads – special thanks to Audrey Watters for some fantastic work (you made the list twice!): Connected leadership by Harold Jarche¬†http://t.co/FaFasDFp9q¬† – interesting commentary on the role of leadership and hierachy in an increasingly networked world. Really enjoying Jarche’s writing in this space as it […]