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Learning, printing, filming and being lovely

Hello lovely bloggers, and fans of reading blogs, it is me, Kate Bentham, here as your Weekly Blog Club host for week 13. How has your week been? Good Easter break? Glad to see that some of you have been

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SKY DIVING

A great blog from Shelagh Creegan who reflects on her guest host of the @WeNurses chat site. Shelgah introduces me to the term Sky Divers, which refers to other social media enthusiasts, and also to SoMe leadership, communication, learning and outcome based

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Learning, earning, writing and socialising

Do you remember week 48? I know it was a while ago so you might have forgotten. For me (Kate Bentham) Week 48 has been sneering at me every time I logged on. It’s been playing on my mind. It’s

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Born to be a Nurse / Taught to be a Nurse or Forever a Student

A thought provoking blog from David Barton which begins by looking at whether all nurses should be educated in university. The blog also considers if nurses are born with the qualities needed or if it is possible to learn, and

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Bradford Grammar School Staff

Richard Overy shares another wonderful glimpse from our past with an image of the teaching staff at Bradford Grammer School, taken in 1939. Lots of interesting faces in this photo – although I can’t help but notice the staff were

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Practice as research

‘Practice as research‘ is Louise’s log of her practice-led PhD in the Artist Book as Ritual Object. Practice as research by Louise Atkinson

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Facilitation Essentials #1. From a clockwork cat timer to a countdown /stopwatch app

This week Chris Bolton shares why a clockwork timer is a core piece of equipment in his facilitation toolbox, and how delegates interact with it. Chris has recently gone digital and upgraded from a clockwork cat timer to a countdown

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