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School kills creativity: Sir Robinson TED talk

Famous talk by Sir Ken Robinson on TED2006

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8uur overwerken – FairWork

Op 22 maart hebben we heerlijk 8 uur overgewerkt in eetlokaal Moes. Van 18:00 tot 02:00 uur zijn we in vijf teams aan de haal gegaan met communicatieve vragen van vijf goede doelen.   Ons team zette zich in voor … Continue reading

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VU mini-symposium Measuring Causal Relations

There were several speakers that all had new and elegant solutions to the problem of trying to establish causality in their field. The one that most appealed to me was the story of professor Olivers. Possibly because as a Cognitive … Continue reading

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The Art of Asking: Palmer TED talk

Engaging talk. Reminded me of the difference between facilitating and forcing: trust your audience. Be open about what you want and ask in a way that touches someone. Let the crowd/cloud catch you!

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Uitbuitingsgerei

Uitbuitingsgerei ~ ander woord voor gamification *vanuit (negatieve) intentie Vertaling van Exploitationware – Ian Bogost I’ve suggested the term “exploitationware” as a more accurate name for gamification’s true purpose, for those of us still interested in truth. Exploitationware captures gamifiers’ … Continue reading

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Persbericht Mirror Me

Mirror Me, please!
 Motivatiemechanisme voor lichaamsverandering winnaar Ideas Waiting To Happen ‘Mirror Me’ is de grote winnaar geworden van de tweede serie van Ideas Waiting To Happen. In de finale, die plaatsvond tijdens Innovation Day op 31 oktober, werden in … Continue reading

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