Learnlets

The learnings of Clark Quinn of Quinnovation

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Unpacking some nuances

In my book Engaging Learning, I had a suite of elements for both effective education practice and engaging experiences. Of course, the point was that they perfectly […]

Passion and Learning

My better half recently got a sample of special butter. A gift from a co-worker (an interesting story), and led me to reflect on the […]

Cultural Comment Shift

I’ve been blogging now for over a decade, and one thing has changed. The phenomena is that we’re seeing a cultural comment shift; comments are […]

On building trust

My post last week was on trust, and it triggered a question on LinkedIn: “Do you have any tips, processes, models, suggestions, etc. for building […]

Building Trust

Some months ago, I talked about I was working virtually in a couple of instances. Using distributed tools, we’re able to coordinate and collaborate.  One […]

Templates for good

In terms of the various ways in which we can support the gaps in our cognition, one of the terms is ‘templates’. And it’s worth […]

Talithia Williams #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Talithia Williams presented the afternoon keynote on the opening day of DevLearn. She gave an overview of the possibilities of data, and the basics of […]

Helen Papagiannis #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Helen Papagiannis kicked off the second day of the DevLearn conference. She explored the possibilities of AR with exceptional examples. She went through a variety […]

Kate O’Neill #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Kate O’Neill closed the DevLearn conference with a keynote on tech humanism. With a humorous but insightful presentation, she inspired us to strive for good. […]

Sophia the Robot #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

DevLearn opened with a keynote from Sophia the Robot. With an initially scripted presentation, and some scripted questions from host David Kelly, Sophia addresses the […]

Play to Learn

Thinking more about Friston’s Free Energy Principle and the implications for learning design prompted me to think about play. What drives us to learn, and […]

Writing ongoing

I’ve been doing this blog now for 13.5 years (started in January 2006 with my first post), and have generated over 1600 posts in that […]

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