Tag: lifelong learning

Professional development: how do we seek, sense & share?

Professional development: how do we seek, sense & share?

I love learning and I love professional development (PD) opportunities. PD is an important part of any career path, but more importantly, it catalyses lifelong learning. Recently, I've been thinking a lot about how I seek, make sense and share my PD. Personal knowledge management (PKM) is a critical part of learning and PD, so … Continue reading Professional development: how do we seek, sense & share?

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Visually-impaired student experience

Visually-impaired student experience

Recently I delivered a speech titled "Empathy the answer to visually-impaired students' educational experience," (where I talked about the role of the toolbelt theory). You can watch my speech below: I have received a number of questions from the speech and decided I would post them on this blog for people to read (please see below). … Continue reading Visually-impaired student experience