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About pauseability

An educator at large and learner at heart. Founder of Pauseability. Encouraging everyone to learn to pause, and pause to learn.

Flower Power

Trying out more of the Houdini magic on TinyTap in which animation can also be started on a tap. Spun this rather whimsical story which somehow still seem “educational” though I really just wanted to have some fun with it. … Continue reading

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A Little Magic

TinyTap has a new feature called Houdini! Unlike the other activity features, Houdini allows you to add interactivity to the images you use. You could make images appear or disappear and for animated gifs, start, stop or loop the animation … Continue reading

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Riddles in Rhyme

Earlier this year, I tried writing a Chinese nursery rhyme. With the help of my aunt, we were even able to write a condensed version of the same rhyme. There are riddles pointing to places in Singapore in this rhyme. … Continue reading

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Empathy Embodied

Recently, I had the privilege of being with a group of passionate and inventive Social Entrepreneurs. While I was invited there for an opportunity to hone my Graphic Recording skills, I had the chance to fully participate in one segment … Continue reading

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Giveaway: M Leo Clipart

In celebration of Singapore’s 52nd birthday on 9 August, I have put together a set of brand new original clipart to give to you for FREE till end of August 2017. Hope you like M Leo. Here are the links: … Continue reading

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Where Your Heart Is

Another interesting exploration on TinyTap looking at compound words in Chinese.  http://www.tinytap.it/activities/g2afo/heartland Creating the illustrations was fun in trying to convey both the meaning and the literal sense of the words. (Drawn using Adobe Sketch app.) I also hope I … Continue reading

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Creating Creativity

In “The Agile Mind – How Your Brain Makes Creativity Happen”, Estanislao Bachrach shared the two important conclusions from a 2009 study by Clayton Christensen, a professor at Harvard Business School. ┬áThe six-year study was carried out on three thousand … Continue reading

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