Category Archives: Hybrid Pedagogy


Inspired by Amy Collier and Jen Ross’s stuff about not yet-ness, I’ve come up with some of my own reactions, which I will use as appropriate in my day job as a learning tech.* Not on your nelly-ness. AKA over … Continue reading

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I know that some folk dislike the term scaffolding. For example, in a recent post Sean Michael Morris explains why he didn’t attempt to scaffold #MoocMooc, and that started a healthy debate about the metaphor. I didn’t catch it all, but … Continue reading

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Six word manifesto for learning

Today Sean asked us to: Write a six word manifesto about learning, about your learning, about learning management, about building environments for learning.  See here Here’s mine (above). More mantra than manifesto, this is what I have become thanks to … Continue reading

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Kicking down the cobble stones

I took part in a Twitter chat organised by Hybrid Pedagogy on Friday (#digped).  As ever it was fast and furious and there was no chance of catching everything that was going on. Another participant asked how to cope with … Continue reading

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Email for rhizoANT projects

As we’re looking at collaborative tools for an upcoming presentation about rhizo14, Rebecca and AK  have both written about their feelings of their experiences with using email. In particular, AK talks about the challenges posed by having multiple email addresses – … Continue reading

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Hybrid Pedagogy Cereal

The other night, as I was waiting hopefully to see if I had been chosen as a peer editor for Hybrid Pedagogy, I dreamt that our final task was to collaborate on a design for a Hybrid Pedagogy cereal packet. … Continue reading

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