Predicting the future – you can do it

Predicting the future accurately is possible, so says Daniel Burrus, author of Flash Foresight: How to see the invisible and do the impossible. I’m only in chapter 3, but I’m so excited I want to get down my early thoughts now. There WILL be more posts, I can predict that already. ; ) Predicting the future is possible – you just have to know where to look. Obviously, knowing your field is important — but…

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Passion found – now what?

Passion found – now what? Originally uploaded by kerryj.com Had an amazing conversation today with my wonderful husband that led to a discovery about where my passion lies. All of the guides to business and success tell you to find what you’re passionate about, then get creative thinking about a business to build. For years I have thought I was dull or defective because there is no one thing I can honestly claim to be…

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Project based learning and MMOs

Two posts in one day? Yes, when I find stuff this good, I want to save it for myself and share with others! I was first introduced to Project Based Learning a few years ago by my very good friend Dean Groom. I got to see the end results of students from Parramatta Marist High school present their PBL project and he and they educated me about a whole new way of learning. A few days ago…

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Moodle user uploads using Open Office: remember

This is a brain dump, nuts and bolts post to remind me the steps to take when bulk adding new users to a Moodle 2.0 site.  It’s a quick, down and dirty set of notes for me – that I’m sharing as a blog post in case you have been Googling around for answers… Okay, so I have a spreadsheet to which users who are interested in getting a free site on our Moodle 2.0…

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