Brokering Learning; reflections for #fslt MOOC
Overview; This third reflective blog post on my learning and teaching is about how I developed my professionalism as a teacher in the After Math of beginning to teach computing in a UK college instead of politics in a USA University; it’s how the light gets in. I think I eventually developed a craft of teachingwhich, as Malcolm Gladwelland Richard Sennettargue, takes 10,000 hours.
Getting by on teaching alone; Intrigued by my Greek friend Eli Georgeadou’s suggestion that my teaching skills alone enabled me to teach Computing, and also being unemployed with a baby on the way, I decided to take up her offer. Unsurprisingly I got Mathematics (Numeracy Skills), Organisational …Everything Unplugged
Royal Festival Hall 2 May 2012
Everything meets every weekand began as School of EverythingUnplugged, emerging from Dougald Hine& Paul Miller‘s learning start-upas a kind of reflective space for ongoing discussions. Any topic related to learning that members want to discuss that week is up for discussion; the subtitle is “learning conversations” This week it was stress and learning as a gently rambling group discussion, without any real lead (although proposed & explained by David Jennings. We also try to invite someone along almost every week to challenge us to broaden the discussions. If you want to come along you can join the group on Facebook
There are core members including me (now). David Jennings(…