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So another 3am late night finishing the 15 minute radio show which took days to do, days!!!The final version was no where near good enough - with several dodgy segment links and some volume issues. However at least having a deadline made me stop tinkering. ...

My son (14) is particpating in the ds106 course alongside me as part of his home learning activities. he is currently not into having a blog, or ressurecting his old one so for now I will post any contributions that he wants to share with...

[caption id="attachment_562" align="alignnone" width="490" caption="metropolis"][/caption]We are about to join a MOOC (massive open online course) as one of our home learning experiments. The course is run by Jim Groom for his students at UMW University of Mary Washington but he has made it open and...

I recently contributed a post for purpos/ed (which is about opening a debate  around education) with my partner and son which I hope offered a voice for people outside the formal education system. I think we questioned that system and presented one view from the...

we had an unusual and very nice surprise this week from a stranger.We received a copy of a book from Amazon that we don't already have and that we didn't order. It was 'My name is Mina' by David Almond.  It came with a message...

> we are now really immersed in the home learning and are trying a new routine where each day we do one hour of intense one to one work followed by one hour of self-directed learning. The rest of the time tends to be flexible and...

We're off 'doon the water' as they say in Glasgow.We've had an offer accepted on a house in Dunoon, which is in Argyll and Bute on the West coast of Scotland.We are all fairly excited but it isn't planned to happen until the end of...