Jamming the educator journey #1
Notes on how I’m working to map the journey for educators who engage and interact with learning resources.
100 ideas that changed advertising (Book)
Daily whiteboard (blog)
For many educators, opportunities for recognition of their expertise from within their organisation can be limited. With its capacity for public dialogue and conversation, a blog may be one tool that can help increase organisational awareness of an educator and their engagement with peers from outside the organisation – this may better surface their expertise …
Daily whiteboard (monday.com board for multimedia)
Right now, the challenge is our capacity to easily identify the number of multimedia assets e.g., still and time-based media, that needs to produced for each project that’s being worked on and the capacity of each team member to contribute to that production in the future. e.g., what are they working on now and what …
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Daily whiteboard (connecting similar events)
Customer journey map #1 (daily whiteboard)
Making a start on the customer journey map for the 2023 Teach HQ, Be inspired and the MEA (teaching and learning festival) experience – it’s a first take and will probably require some ‘zooming-in’ with details and most likely a service blueprint, and some iteration. That’s cool because that’s what it’s all about – working …
Event design – it’s a thing! (Book)
It makes sense that there’s a process for event design, just like all of the other user-centric processes such as learning design, education design, user experience design, service design, and more. Fascinating stuff.
Wayne Coyne revisits the first “Do You Realize??” demo
I was particularly fond of “Talkin’ ‘Bout the Smiling Deathporn Immortality Blues (Everyone Wants to Live Forever)” from Hit to Death in the Future Head by The Flaming Lips but seemingly missed everything else in their catalogue for over 20 years because my attention was elsewhere. Fast forward to 2022, I’m stoked to recently discover …
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We all love new old sounding machine music, right?
New to me is Trace Amount’s S.U.R.V.I.V.A.L. remixed by Kontravoid – an unbelievably new old sounding song that I really love.
I’m a Type 9: The Peacemaker
Besides what I’ve learned from Ripley’s psych sessions, I’ve been told that I’m a Type 9. I dunno. Some of these things feel like they ring true but others not so much…
Over ten years after my first DISC assessment in another organisation, I’ve now been asked to revisit the assessment and respond to a number of questions that quantify me (as a profile). ‘Spare me, Burke. I’ve had my psych evaluation this month.’Ellen Ripley Then (circa 2011) Now (2022)
The Cavern – it’s been published in Collective Encounters Vol. V
I’m super stoked. My one-page encounter that I created during the Spring 2022 Write Your First Encounter workshop by the Storytelling Collective has now been published and features among the many amazing contributions in Collective Encounters Vol. V that’s available from Dungeon Masters Guild.
Construction hoarding – Sydney
In Sydney they’ve come up with a creative approach to construction hoarding – make is a space for art. This is one of the many hoardings that caught my eye. Awesome.
Milanote Mood board™
For a blast, I created a project mood board with Milanote – first time and super fun.
Pixelated cladding on a building located in inner-city Melbourne.
PUSH ME TO PUSH YOU
PUSH ME TO PUSH YOU (to do something) is the name of my first go at tracking my daily push-ups with technology – it’s totally inspired by my recent experience of The Push-Up Challenge and its benefits, and the collaborative looniness of the Push Me Pull You video game. I’m planning for future versions to …