In this episode we’re joined by the fab Sheila Webber, where we find out what on earth phenomenography is (and how to say it, after a lot of practice) – and how it could remove the mad drama from hit reality show, ‘Say Yes To The Dress’. If you’re planning a wedding yourself then this… Continue reading Could phenomenography increase the happiness quotient in Say Yes To The Dress?
Join Mike, Mark and special guest Puiyin Wong as we start an accidental, on-air imposters support group – and discuss Imposter Syndrome, occasionally remembering to frame it against The Wizard of Oz, but more often against our own bloody knuckled life experiences. We’ve contacted the OED, and they’re going to change the plural of Imposter… Continue reading How do a scarecrow, a lion a tin man and a gal from Kansas overcome Imposter Syndrome?
In this episode I’m joined by the fabulous Professor Rebecca Ferguson, where we get Misty eyed, Brock the mold and Ash the tough questions (weak pun that one) as we explore behaviourism through the lens of Pokémon Go. We mentioned a couple of publications, here they are for your referencing pleasure: Tobin, J., Buckingham, D.,… Continue reading How does behaviourism help players ‘catch them all’ in Pokémon Go?
This sounds a bit like a Harry Potter book title now I look at it. More nearly unedited coverage from the Playful Learning Conference 2022! This time interviewing the fab Dr Elliott Spaeth to discuss his keynote, shoot the breeze and be a little bit late for the next parallel session. Elliott’s favourite Pokemon is… Continue reading Pedagodzilla at Playful Learning 2022 – Day 1: Dr Elliott Spaeth and the Keynote of Inclusive Learning
In this B Movie special, we’re looking at three delightfully ‘B’ movies that are, if not close to our hearts, then at least in the same postcode – and using them to answer some mini bloody stupid pedagogic questions, including: How do we Short Circuit Mazlow’s Heirachy of Needs? (Ft. Short Circuit) How can we… Continue reading Why are B Movies so good for answering bloody stupid pedagogic questions?