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Little Skills was borne out of seeing the recent global shift in the cost of adult and tertiary education as well as witnessing the rise of non-institutional learning. 468 more words


Being a functioning adult can be exhausting. There is so much to do all the time

Getting educated and carving your place in the world, earning money, setting yourself up with security, having time for friends, family and relationships… it’s a challenge. 263 more words


Got stuck? Ask help!

Maddening devices computers can be. Or help desks, or trying to explain your complaint to a service desk. Anger management is called for in these situations. 324 more words

Learning Environments

Whistling the tune properly

Is it not strange ?: learners seem to benefit when acting as a teacher and seem to gain quite a lot in doing so. Why is that? 364 more words

Learning Environments

We are back!

Looking forward to a year of workshops and events around Melbourne. There will be more news here in the coming weeks about upcoming events.

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How to peer review: skill-building in a grad classes

I teach how to peer-review in graduate class because I think it is a core skill for any professional.  I first demystify peer-reviewing and academic journals, and answer questions that all students have about these topics that they have heard about but rarely learn about using this: 374 more words


The art and meaning of collaborative and peer learning

Participatory culture is one way to label and characterize the art and meaning of collaborative and peer learning in a digital age. Participatory culture has a focus on creating and sharing productions with others and by being prosumers – being producers and consumers in one and the same process responding to productions of others and remixing, repurposing or circulating them. 3,482 more words

Informal Learning