What you might have missed...
Wilson Waffling Live – Episode 71
I'm really interested to know what happens when I actually get a like - do I get an email or something? I've decided to set myself a target, 20 views and one like for this video, and of course, I want you all to enjoy the show as well! - Run titles!
A small step for you, one giant leap for me!
Every Friday night at 20:00 I do a radio show completely dedicated to songs and tunes from the musicals of both film and stage. One of my favourite musicals has to be the 'Sound of Music'. With every musical you have to have a favourite song and with this musical I have two - 'I have confidence' and 'Doh a Deer'. Why do I like the latter? well it is because of the initial opening lines of - 'Let's start at the very beginning, its a very good place to start...'. This is so true and I often remind myself of this whenever I start something new and feel that I am either being swamped with information or the initial outcome is not to a standard I want it to be. Hang on, bear with me this is going somewhere. This week I managed to achieve something which to most of you reading this will probably appear to be a small, minor step but,to me, it is definitely a giant leap!
Sorry, I don’t fit into a box!
- Chapter in: Hopkins, D, (2017) Emergency Rations – what’s so important we can’t leave it at home?
- Positive PowerPoint – developing good practice through practitioner research (TEAN Journal)
- iPads in Higher Education Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the Use of iPads in Higher Education (ihe2014)
- Physical Mathematics (UK Ed chat magazine)
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