Valid learning eXperiences

Following on from my designing “valid learning experiences” being instructional design, and vice versa, summary in the below post: https://whoseeducationisitanyway.me/2020/05/27/8-years-on-reflecting-on-my-msc-dissertation/ It was interesting to read through Learning Pool’s eXperience white paper: First things first, it is probably worth saying that there is a lot in this paper. Also, it is written somewhat differently to many… Continue reading Valid learning eXperiences

Some of the problems we can anticipate post COVID (for learning and working)

As someone who has long advocated for remote working and has worked on distance learning programmes (in various formats) for a while it feels like a hollow victory that the world has finally come to terms with these concepts only through forced circumstances. So knowing what we know about remote learning and working, what problems… Continue reading Some of the problems we can anticipate post COVID (for learning and working)

The obligatory Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) post: With virtual working and online learning on most of our minds

This post has been in different stages of draft for a week or more and I am just doing a quick edit of the below before pushing it out – well aware that anything written on this topic soon becomes out-of-date. For example, the Facebook group mentioned below has gone from about 8000 members to… Continue reading The obligatory Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) post: With virtual working and online learning on most of our minds

The often ignored realities of talent management (#6): leadership styles do exist

I will admit that I had forgotten about this little mini-series but the recent news over bullying allegations at the top levels of the UK’s government bring to the forefront once again the issue of leadership “styles” and the conflict that can come from different priorities and personalities in the workplace. There will of course… Continue reading The often ignored realities of talent management (#6): leadership styles do exist