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How Do You Write to Learn? JJL Group Writing Project

I wanted to let you know about a group writing project I’m supporting at JJL (Joyful Jubilant Learning). It’s on a question I think you’ll find of interest: How Do You Write to Learn? You can find out more about how to join in here: How do you write to learn - group writing project. [...]

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Communicating Without Words

Communicating Without Words

If you’re finding words a bit much this summer and would like to explore something quicker, quieter, softer and easier to communicate… you might enjoy my post on Joyful Jubilant Learning this month. It’s on communicating without words. Joyful Jubilant Learning blog Joyful Jubilant Learning has recently had… Continue reading

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8 Things I’m Up To (and where you fit in)

8 Things I’m Up To (and where you fit in)

I decided to tag myself to write an 8 things post. Actually it’s not a tag at all, I just made that up, but the idea gave me the frame for sharing some of what I’m up to. Continue reading

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A feast of learning

Phew!  There’s so much to learn out there!  Here’s some great stuff for you to get your writing teeth into: 1. What we can learn from group writing projects Robert Hruzek (Middle Zone Musings) has just published the contributions to his latest group writing project, “what I… Continue reading

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