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Photo by Nagy Arnold on Unsplash Never before have we been as global as we are today. You can be sitting at a laptop in Kenya or downtown Manhattan and you have the same amount of information at your feet. To add to this you can now communicate anywhere, anytime and to anyone in the world. Even the […]
Just thought I would give a brief plug for my latest podcast. Every week I’ll be interviewing someone about learning English and the future of learning generally. It could be a teacher or it could be a student or someone else….we’ll see. If you are on Spotify would love your feedback or input, or you […]
Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2KVvsvA) It might be easy to say that this statistic is the current rate of face to face learning, and that things will be changing in the future with the increase of technology in schools and the workplace. However, we have to understand in fact what…
Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhiQk3i6aA8 Gedr Leonard Routine really came for the notion or ordering something so that we would never forget it. But anyone who has lived and worked in a routine world can vouch for the fact that daily routine has to be the biggest killer of creativity. It dehumanizes the soul and makes […]
Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2mB8AXy) If you have ever been in a situation in a country where you are stuck and you need something badly, and you know it will be difficult to get, so you consider the ‘corrupt way’ you will understand the concept of corruption. Meaning you consider…
Photo by Japheth Mast on Unsplash The world that is now set upon us demands our curiosity. It would be foolish to sit back and decide to set our brain to concrete in order to have stability, we must wonder. Considering this to be true, how will we actually be if we are not able to be angry. […]
In my opinion over packaged products poses a threat to the environment and it should be reduced to a bare minimum level. According to me both the customers and the manufactures should share the responsibility of this burden. First of all, during the festive seasons the products are over packed unnecessarily, just to give a […]
Originally posted on The FUTURE of Learning: (Photo credit: https://bit.ly/2JI8bff) Just as the millennial now checks anything and everything online and then quickly swipes to the left, right or up or down, so too will the learner and employee. This is the backbone of the fluidity principle. Going back a century, we can see that learning…
Until 1919 in the UK, If you were a married woman, you could not be a school teacher….. this continued as a general cultural “norm” until the 1960s.
Today we have a lot of retired teachers who live alone without family.