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We have long been fans of the office whiteboard – a space for sharing inspirational quotes, new words that we’ve never heard of, key concepts that we hope if we stare at long enough we’ll start to understand (here’s looking at you neoliberalism!), and ideas that could change the world (or our worlds anyway). However, given that we won’t be sharing an office this year 😦 we are expanding our horizons and going technological – cue the 2016 virtual whiteboard! We have decided to make our blog the location for our shared whiteboard and would love for you to contribute. Please come back during the year and watch this space become covered in grey-fitti!
2016 whiteboard additions
Life long learners and leaders
who dares wins
be comfortable with uncertainty
awesome sauce (it is a thing)
cultivate the power of joy
wake up and be awesome
cultivate the ground you are standing on
zucchini tadpoles with legs
done is better than perfect
free text disaster zone
filling my cup
bigger, stronger, wiser
sylvatic enzootic microbes
untracking the changes
healthcare=the system, health care=the act of providing care
teamwork makes the dreamwork
pedagogy = child learning; andragogy = adult learning
Swallow the frog
Am I the teaching learner or the learning teacher?
Times of change are full of opportunities
Verstehen – understanding at a deep level
etic (out), emic (me)
‘You must first seek to understand before you are understood’
And here are some oldies but goodies….
No guts no glory
Nobody is as smart as everybody
Become the biggest version of ourselves
It might just be ok— this year—-it’s OK!
Earning or learning
Be brave and press send
In our highly efficient office of strategic whiteboards and colour coordinated task lists we have an empty corner for grey-fitti.
This is a blank portion of our whiteboard where we record random musings and inspired ideas as well as disgruntled moments experienced throughout the year.
In a longstanding tradition (which began in 2013), once a year, at Christmas time, Jodie collates said grey-fitti and turns it into a commemorative wordle using freely available online software (http://www.tagxedo.com/). This is a way to reflect our wisdom from throughout the year.
This year, we thought we’d share this brilliance with you. And this time next year we’d love to see yours!
We look forward to sharing our goals and research pursuits in the New Year.