Mike is joined by Roger Saunders, Associate Professor at DMU Leicester to discuss being a performer podcaster, fabulous formative failure – and why board game design is a trickly wee beastie. Also the first time you do something, do it badly. Words to live by.
Matt Wood (Northumbria University) talks to Mike about fabulous formative failure, and the switch from academic to tech professional.
Episode 2 of our very late miniseries recorded at the Playful Learning 2023 conference, where we discuss what we can learn from Fabulous Formative Failures, and the Danish movement of Pissedårlig undervisning, or Piss Poor Teaching. Alistair Aitcheson (Alistair Aitcheson) and Laura Mitchell (York University) have a second go at recording their experiences of a… Continue reading Fabulous formative failure with Alistair Aitcheson and Laura Mitchell at Playful Learning 2023
It’s the first in our very, very late miniseries recorded at the Playful Learning 2023 conference! Nic Whitton (Northumbria University) talks to Mike about general principles of failure and playful learning – revving us up for our miniseries on Fabulous Formative Failures, and the Danish movement of Pissedårlig undervisning, or Piss Poor Teaching. This is… Continue reading Playful Learning 2023 – Introducing fabulous formative failure with Professor Nic Whitton
In this episode we’re joined by the fab Dr Elliott Spaeth to discuss UDL (universal design for learning), the least played game in the world D&D (Dungeons and Dragons), and how it’s possible to get halfway through an episode before you realise you’ve been asking the wrong questions all along. Also we actually remembered to… Continue reading How can applying UDL principles make you a better dungeon master in D&D?