I remember hearing Jack Antonoff talking about writing 'Let's Get Married' as a response to Trump being elected president.
The current crisis is a different event to make sense of. Whereas a political decision or a bushfire disaster can have its culprits, a pandemic is not so clear. In this week's NPR New Music podcast, Robin Hilton, Ann Powers and Stephen Thompson talk about finding world's to immerse yourself in and escape into as a means of response.
📰 Read Write Respond #050 - February's newsletter of ideas and information associated with all things education, mined and curated for me and shared with you https://collect.readwriterespond.com/read-write-respond-050/
My (Belated) One Word for 2020 is Space - Reflecting on my year as a failed flânerie, I take on space as a new word and a new approach to my one word https://readwriterespond.com/2020/02/my-one-word-for-2020-is-space/
Janna Koretz discusses hedging your bets and finding a sense of identity outside of your career. Some of suggestions that Koretz provides include free up time, find other activities, build up your network and decide what is important.
This does not just relate to being burnt out, it also touches on when the job actually changes.
📰 Read Write Respond #048
December's newsletter of ideas and information associated with all things education, mined and curated for me and shared with you
NEW POST: On Being a Teacher – A Reflection on Identity
Coming up to three years out of the classroom and not being based in a school, I am often left thinking about what this means for my identify as 'a teacher'. Although I still work within education, my current title of ‘subject matter expert‘ seems a long way from the classroom. This is something that I have been pondering for a while.
Maybe Zombies? Maybe mind-control? Or maybe just not real? These are some of the questions grappled with in @epilepticrabbit 's novel. It is a meandering journey of Maggie's inadvertent trail of carnage and excess. It touches on technology, power, perspective, privilege and truth. However, it is all a reminder that it can all be gone in a second.
@dajbelshaw wondering if you can remember the newsletter directory where you can add your newsletter?
I think my question/concern about ‘gaming’ is the use of time? With my limited downtime, I choose to use it for different things. I am sure I am missing out.
Also, enjoyed the short discussion about digital parenting at the end. It definitely feels like a conflicted space.
📰 Read Write Respond #037 - January's newsletter of ideas and information associated with all things education, mined and curated for me and shared with you. https://collect.readwriterespond.com/?p=8268
Data Ain't Data - Reflecting on Feedback https://readwriterespond.com/2018/12/data-aint-data-reflecting-on-feedback/
📰 Read Write Respond #035 - A collection of resources focusing on education, technology and storytelling. Including a focus on Ian Guest's research into Twitter https://collect.readwriterespond.com/read-write-respond-035/
@epilepticrabbit liked your post on personality, but wonder the purpose of the tests other than to say that we are all different? https://collect.readwriterespond.com/have-you-seen-these-personalities-in-open-source/
In my return to microcasts, I reflect on playing Command and Conquer and the way in which computer games have changed over time https://collect.readwriterespond.com/read-write-microcast-016/
💬 Big Pharma (Freshly Brewed Thoughts) https://collect.readwriterespond.com/freshly-brewed-thoughts-november-2-2018/ - a reply to @epilepticrabbit
@dajbelshaw not sure if you have any thoughts that you might be able to add to this conversation https://collect.readwriterespond.com/the-future-of-pd-for-faculty/ #openbadges
@dajbelshaw @daibarnes a belated reply to Episode.109 of TIDE and architecture https://collect.readwriterespond.com/episode-109-surveillance-and-social-conformity/
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