Monthly Archives: August 2009

Paradise :)

Paradise Originally uploaded by Celine Llewellyn-Jones You have a new picture message!

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Giving structure to verbal thoughts

At EATAW this year I was very very lucky (thanks to a powercut in my room), to bump into Paul Anderson in my hotel lobby…..Paul was the person who first inspired and encouraged me to have a go at using … Continue reading

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Question about context

thanks to the Bielefeld Graphics & Geometry Group for use of their amazing graphic….. http://graphics.uni-bielefeld.de/research/hardware/ What contexts do Distance Learners share? Are there fewer than those meeting up face to face.. and more to the point – do Distance Learners … Continue reading

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Relevant models

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An aside about learning technologists’ practice

Just a quick note to say, the more I think about it the more learning technologists need to resolve a really deep issue : how we work with academics, how we communicate effectively and come out with a result at … Continue reading

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Body maps and disability

So just a quick thought….my body map is going to be very different – because I walk with crutches – and they are essentially an extension of my body in my mind…so how does that alter the way I think … Continue reading

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Using Movement to Think: body motion can affect higher order thought,!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/fienna/ / CC BY 2.0 These articles are getting to the core of my interest in embodied learning. Now I need to start relating these to my last post and the questions there: what is the relevance of embodied cognition … Continue reading

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Kinesthetic Learning as ‘Physical movement’ for learning and how that related to embodied learning

These are the next questions I’m working on…and I think this post will be here for a while whilst I start to untangle them. I have been semi-aware of these questions…as little bubbling niggling knots..for about a year now and … Continue reading

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Bodystorming revisited…

I did a post about this waaayyy back. But thanks to Ron for reminding me to revisit..it seems to have close links with embodied learning? (I hadn’t even spotted that before today!). Here’s a new reference to it…. http://www.informl.com/2009/07/31/bodystorming/ Jay … Continue reading

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