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Yogi's Fork: Take it

Yogi Berra, the great baseball player, admired public figure and philosopher of the common man, recently passed away. Famous for his many aphorisms, there is one in particular that applies well to how individuals and organizations operate in the digital age (what I call The Learning Age): “When you get to the fork in the road, take it.” 378 more words

Social Learning

Just starting Just Play

Guest blog by Robert Wells @musiced_

Playing along with good music is always a buzz. It’s kind of how I got into music, I learnt to play on a mini-keyboard, putting on tapes of my favourite bands and trying to work out how to play along with them. 370 more words

Informal Learning

What makes a successful Just Play teacher?

In addition to exploring the Just Play resources by, well just playing, our UK pilot schools met again to upick how they might use them with their classes. 355 more words

Professional Development

#OEPSForum3 Online Registration is now open!

We are holding the third OEPS Forum on Thursday 5th November 2015 (9:30 am – 4:00 pm) with lunch provided between 12:30-13:30 at 200 St Vincent Street… 826 more words


Being sick: just one indignity after another - By Barbara Darius

Mrs.K. was taking a cocktail of medicines. One of the side effects of one particular pain medication was constipation. It seemed Mrs.K. was having this battle within herself to not take the pain medication because it causes constipation, but she was in so much pain.  206 more words


It was NEVER about the student loan - By Barbara Darius

09.18.2015 | Barbara Darius

It was NEVER about the student loan. I now realize why it is important that at the Interdisciplinary Department Team (IDT) all hospice disciplines provide their input when discussing a patient.  606 more words


Our Competition Is Our Co-Operator: The new coopetition

The term coopetition has actually been around for quite some time, as strange as it may seem. Going back to at least the 1930s, the word was coined to capture the idea that those who we compete against are in fact our partners in developing technologies and processes. 363 more words

Social Learning