Monthly Archives: July 2009

Feelings as an abstraction and simplification of the original

Sometimes a feeling or idea comes to mind (perhaps inspire by something someones said to me), and I realise the feeling comes from a situation that I have been in….the feeling is very clear…maybe the feeling is “I remember I … Continue reading

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The problem with the term “kinesthetic learning”

It may be that there are more, but there are two main theories of learning styles that have used the term “kinesthetic learning or kinesthetic learner”. Developed by Howard Gardner, the theory of “multiple intelligences” (capability and way of seeing … Continue reading

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Adventures in education

What are the key features of all my most enchanting learning experiences? although it’s a list they’re all very interconnected Clear sense of the passion my teachers had for the subject The primary content was not always the key – … Continue reading

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People are important. How to build that into learning?

For me hanging out with other people is the best way to learn. I open my mind, see things in different ways, am forced to communicate things that perhaps I haven’t got around to clarifying in my own mind. I … Continue reading

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Establishing best practice for hectic lifestyle research

I have to write a book chapter on the use of LT for WiD. Rather than seeing this as another thing to cram in, I’m going to use it as a small case study in prep for larger location-based/embodied approach … Continue reading

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Drawing as Thinking…

“We should talk less and draw more. I personally would like to renounce speech altogether and, like organic nature, communicate everything I have to say in sketches” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Goethe rejected Wave and Particle theories that explain the … Continue reading

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