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I know the timing is terrible

But In the backdrop of this muddled play of time and circumstance, my love for you is budding.

Deciding what is best is confusing

Dear So And So

5 Ways to Talk About Ethics (Without Being "Blah Blah Boring")

By Linda Fisher Thornton

We owe it to our employees to make ethics real. People learning ethics are often given “blah blah boring” material (and then expected to remember and apply it). 567 more words

Ethical Leader

Concept Mapping - A Window Into What Students Understand

One of the problems with teaching complex theological ideas is that it is often difficult to tell if students are repeating your examples back to you, or really demonstrating that they have understood the concepts. 1,000 more words




Do you know someone that makes “things” more complex than necessary? Personally, I have found myself making this mistake as well. In fact, just last month I was sent out on the task of picking out a bottle of wine for dinner. 290 more words

Gilstrap, D. (2011). Human Ecological Complexity: Epistemological Implications of Social Networking and Emerging Curriculum Theories. Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education. 8(2), 36–51.

When I began to read Donald Gilstrap’s (2011) article comparing (human) ecological complexity to aspects of social networking and curriculum theory, I was ambivalent. I expected scientific definitions to be twisted to fit philosophy. 389 more words

Curriculum Theory

Improving project performance - applying an ecosystem framework to project management

Hot off the Press, I am really excited about a half day workshop in Birmingham on 2nd December I am facilitating for the Association for Project Management… 182 more words

Knowledge Sharing

The easy way out usually leads back in

Posted by Yusef Noden

“… The easy way out usually leads back in

Failing to understand the system interconnections will allow unexpected side-effects to appear. Eliminating an obvious apparent ‘problem’ can also eliminate necessary features of the system, which depended upon some aspect of the parts removed, thus causing the system to become even worse …” 31 more words