notice board

We all get swayed, distracted and pulled away from our reasons for doing what we do. Therefore little reminders to keep our thinking from getting woolly and our eyes on the big picture can be very useful.

My whole interest in notice boards comes from a friend and former colleague with whom I shared an office for two and half fun-filled years. Despite his many flaws I still miss him terribly. His digital version of his old noticeboard can be viewed here, his new one here, thanks mcgurgle.

Mcgurgle's board

Mcgurgle's board

Liked this, from the blog of Jabiz Raisdana

Seth Godin on compliance in education

Seth Godin on compliance in education

#1 Robert Johnson from Facebook’s engineering team on responsibility and action

facebook offices by pshab
facebook offices by pshab

#2 – Are they students or learners? David Warlick from his excellent 2 Cents worth blog.

David Warlick - students or learners?
David Warlick – students or learners? (Reformatted from the original)

#3: Stephen Downes on Groups and Networks

'Groups and Networks' Stephen Downes (2007
‘Groups and Networks’ Stephen Downes (2007)

#4: Will Taylor. Consciously incompetent?

Will Taylor's cycle of learning

#5 Loris Malaguzzi on the psuedo-democracy of teachers

Illusion by KayVee.INC
Illusion by KayVee.INC

Illusion by KayVee.INC

#6: George Siemens on Present time arrogance

Spacehopper by Osbourne's Life
Spacehopper by Osbourne’s Life
Challenged

Challenged

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  1. Pingback: Five lessons from the Year of the Cat #1 The hills have new places « Colin Campbell's learning space

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