“@daveymoloney I’m glad there’s some more modern research around this general idea. The reliance of humans on the power of visual memory goes back to ancient Greece with the method of loci and from the Renaissance (or earlier) with the mnemonic major system. [more…]
“@NoelSharkey @RespRobotics @BVLSingler @PKathrani @PabloRedux @David_Gunkel @sd_marlow @DorotheaBaur @bronwynwilliams Like you & many others, I have been banging on about this for some time! It’s the Faustian deal between tech &society via controlling societal norms/desires to commodify/control everday behaviour 🙁
These are slides from lectures I give to 4th year risk & goverance students”
“Following @daveymoloney via his personal IndieWeb-based website.
When it comes to change and transformation, a strategy often used to support the process is the classroom visit. The question though is whether the greatest benefit of such walkthroughs and observations is the feedback provided to the teacher or what we learn as an observer?
“@daveymoloney Thank you 😊!”
“@daveymoloney Thanks David :)”
The most valuable lesson I ever learned…is that most people suffer from elements of Imposter Syndrome. In fact, this is the very reason this post has taken a few days to write because I saw other posts and thought what could I possibly offer that hasn’t already been thought about, spoken about, written about and might be worth 2 minutes of someones time.
The final report from the Near Future Teaching project is now available for download.