Thursday, July 20, 2017

 Yesterday my youngest while on work experience for a conservation organisation working in the urban area of ipswich had his securely locked up bike nicked  . Secure in a locked garage padlocked with a quality lock to a work bench . The thieve broke down the door and sawed through substantial wooden bench to nick the bike .
Well whoever nicked it well done its an expensive bike you will get a £10 down the pub or on the street for .

Hope your proud nicking a bike a lad saved his cash for added Schwalbe Marathon plus tyres New Selle seat etc via our lovely friends at Elmys bike shop  to make a touring/sportiv machine. Picture above of said bike on a recent epic C2C.
Well Ive got news for you take a long look at yourself and realise that lad has more spirit than youve ever had .
He will save for a new bike carry on helping other and just doing good . He has learnt the lesson that took me his dad 30 years plus to learn   this little gem from a place mat at the cafe at Lower Horton on the C2C sums it up.

Theyve also inspired me to start blogging again on.
  • Tech for good 
  • Outdoor Stuff
  • Challenge and Adventure

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Virtuous square "quadblogging"

As a blogger with chequered history back to 2005 really interested how blogging in the educational context has taken off yet again and a project without doubt the biggest impact currently is The Quaddblogging concept developed by David Mitchell if you dont know what it is watch the video and visit the site at and if you like it sign up to be involved.


If you need an explanation watch this great video  produced by pupils in Mrs. Yollis’ class in Los Angeles, Mr. Salsich’s Class in Connecticut, Class B4 in New Zealand and Class 2KM and 2KJ Leopold School, Australia: all vetran quadbloggers


Wednesday, November 09, 2011

One small step for a profession a giant step for .................................

Has the world changed and are learners different as usual you decide but this report from the US has kicked off the debate and got me on the blog again. The report "Take a Giant  step ; a blueprint for teaching the digital age has got me on the blog again . That @bobharrisonset has via his Stanford links brought this to mine and  twitters attention . No comment from me but worth a read and maybe a reflection on your experience and practice . Thanks as always Bob for sharing and challenging the status quo

Friday, July 01, 2011

Glastonbury Breaks Mobile Data Records

Mobile data at Glastonbury its now an amplied augmented festival pardon the pun .


CoSN Releases Horizon Report: 2011 K-12 Edition Toolkit

Interested in implementing strategies in education realiting to emerging technology and trends. From COSN New Media Consortium  this is a good place to start

follow up up to report of K12 released earlier in the year