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Make blogging an essential tool in facilitating your group

It was part of discussion that came up in our Newbie Tuesday discussion in the Online Facilitators community on the Knowledge Hub.  A lot of facilitators liked the idea of blogging.  925 more words

Communities Of Practice

Legal Practice Course Teachers: What Can Their Stories Tell Us (Willis J)

I read this 2010 paper today and strongly identified with the qualitative research compiled by Judith Willis from interviews with LPC tutors.

Although the paper focussed on the personal and professional stories of tutors, there were inevitably many points, questions, issues and opinions expressed about the student experience as a result of the tutors’ background and teaching. 192 more words

Legal Education

Who is as important as How

Who is the person that I want to be?

I was drawn to this question last January after  listening to Ted Kuntz, author of ‘ 1,068 more words

Social Innovation

Welcome to the team!

Since its inception, BRIDGE has always had a dynamic team of young and more experienced staff who offer an ideal mix of enthusiasm and institutional knowledge. 446 more words


Theme 1 - Communities of Practice

What are Communities of Practice (CoPs)?

“Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. 274 more words


My Interdisciplinary Connections

As a Social Studies and Geography teacher there are a number of subject areas within and outside a Social Science silo that my subjects are able to align with or link to.  786 more words

Hey Alumni! Mentor, Serve and Give

If you have thought of being a mentor or have considered coaching someone in the training and development field to enrich their core understanding of a particular practice, right now is the time to start. 371 more words