Grab the 5 nearest books around you. (Novels or textbooks, whatever story you’re wanting to make.) Create a story from the following: The first sentence on p. 1 of the first book.The seventh sentence on p. 5 of the second book.The first sentence of the third paragraph on p. 20 of the third book.The fifteenth sentence on p. 47 of the fourth book.The last sentence on the last page of the fifth book. Give it a catchy title! #TDC1102
We’re tired of trees. We should stop believing in trees, roots, and radicles. They’ve made us suffer too much. D&G A Thousand Plateaus. p 15 Of course I’m not really tired of trees – but here’s some from Mugdock that are looking pretty tired.
Last week Wendy and I gave a presentation about the collaborative poem written for a DS106 Daily Create and some of the remixes that came from it. Here’s the recording and a link to the slides. Lines of thought: the serendipitous emergence of collaborative learning from NomadWarMachine
Sometimes I see a Daily Create that makes me wish I had a lot of time to spend on it. Friday was one of those days. The prompt was to make a Bob Ross style voice over. Could we do a Bob Ross style voice over for a Godzilla painting? https://t.co/9vtIqVv276 #ds106— paul bond (@phb256) September 3, 2021 I only had a few minutes, so I grabbed a pic of Godzilla from Flickr and ran it through a few filters […]
Many years ago mum made me a blanket for my bed. It’s made from woollen garments left at the end of a jumble sale, all in my favourite pinks. I put it on my bed when we first got the cats, and Lacey sees it as her own. Recently I noticed that it had been eaten by moths, so I brought it downstairs and put it on my yarn chest, intending to mend it. Of course, it is now Lacey’s […]
A week away on Mull, one of my favourite places in the world. We had a beautiful lodge – big, top quality, nestling in the middle of nowhere. The neighbours were … Not all that friendly – tolerating us, at most. Some of them were fairly shy, only letting us look at them from a distance, through a window. But the weather was kind to us, and the views were stunning. While we were there we stopped at the abandoned […]
Pic of sheep on Mull Do you tidy up at the end of a beach party? Are you happy to walk away from the embers of a beach barbeque, ignoring the empty drink cans and food wrappers, or do you carefully collect any rubbish that is there and leave the beach as clean, or cleaner, as it was when you arrived? if you hosted a party in a public place and left before the end would you return once it […]
Today I got the final confirmation that I have been awarded my PhD in Education, with the title The emergence of participatory learning: authenticity, serendipity and creative playfulness. The thesis is now uploaded to my Uni library repository, and anyone who likes can read it. Thanks again CLMOOC, for everything. Hat tip to DS106.
Over in our CLMOOC Facebook Group we post lists of daily doodle prompts. Some of us are better than others at daily doodling, but whether or not I’ve had time to draw anything I enjoy popping in and seeing what others have posted. We have three sets of prompts for August (not that anyone is expected to do all of them every day, they’re there to dip in and out of. Doodlewash August Prompts Tinkersketch Art Challenge Lettering and Doodle […]
A year ago Mugdock was a place we knew about, but never really thought to visit. When lockdown relaxed last year it became our escape from our computers and our work. A year later, it is the place we go to stretch our legs. At this time of year, if we are lucky, there are damselflies flitting around, catching the sun.
On Monday I passed my PhD viva. This thesis has been a long time cooking – I began on Jan 7th 2013, took a year out due to ill health, had two changes of thesis title and lost three supervisors along the way. At times I thought I would never finish, that my research was not serious enough, that I was not cut out to be an academic. I’ve been through redundancy and two job changes, I’ve got married and […]
A podcast recorded on December 2020 when I talk a lot about assessment, feedback and participatory learning
I’ve been thinking about sending some postcards recently, but not having a theme in mind to motivate my doodling, so this tweet from Karen was just the prompt I needed. Team #clmooc (#postcards), what do you think about this for a pop-up round of postcards: "What good has come out of the pandemic for you that you will be carrying forward?"— Karen Fasimpaur (@kfasimpaur) May 22, 2021 Today’s been a dreich day, so while I’ve been watching TV and drinking […]