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With my interest in facilitation and graphics, Graphic Recording would naturally be on my radar for a while now. I am so grateful to Colin who linked me to Brenda, and Brenda has been a most generous and encouraging coach. … Continue reading
Over this weekend, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Silver IT Fest on “Sharing Your Creativity With Your iPhone”, in Mandarin on Saturday and English on Sunday. The participants were really lively and responsive. (Look at their wonderful faces … Continue reading
Here’s a speedy prototype. This morning, I was thinking about spatial awareness and came up with this game that shows a place from 5 different perspectives. And so I got the graphics created and stitched together this TinyTap game very … Continue reading
It is never too young to provide opportunities for young learners to contribute to the community, and so much the better when using the approach of Service Learning in which both the service and learning components are equally important. What a … Continue reading
I am glad to have been given the opportunity to contribute a chapter to the book Thinking, Learning and Training. This was a project initiated by Siew Ning, a lecturer at SMU. I expanded on an idea which I had … Continue reading
What is being done and could be done by teachers in the area of literacy and beyond? The Asian Festival of Children’s Content‘s 2-day Teacher Congress over the weekend offered a range of sessions to learn from. From multicultural picture books … Continue reading