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Mama Harkles

Mama Harkles blogs about parenting, teaching, parenting and teaching and all the other interesting things in between. The blog is bit of everything. Personal stories, information, current affairs and opinions all with an educational undercurrent. Mama Harkles hopes to stimulate conversation, motivate and inspire some to action and reaffirm with many the potential of parenting in the digital age.

thinkingcloud blog - elearning and neuroscience

Blog about the fusion of neuroscience, learning theory and adult learning.

Learning How

Article websites teaching you practically anything. Learn how to do whatever floats your boat here at www.learninghow.com.au

mLearning for the masses

An mLearning blog by Jonathan Nalder. Aims to report on the use of mobile technology in learning from a down to earth perspective...

Mobile Learning - New Tools for Education

Check out this blog for news and information on how the latest in information technology and communications devices - personal, mobile technologies - are reshaping education.

Advanced Yoga

Learn the many different techniques of yoga and find out how it can help you. Practice Tantric yoga to achieve extra sexual stimulation.

Graeme Watson

Graeme Watson, Professional Trainer in the Screen Industry discusses cinema, distribution, digital technology, animation, film and television. Plus whatever else he fancies.

Digital Chalkie

Paul Reid: I'm a teacher in Western Australia integrating ICTs across the curriculum. The purpose of Digital Chalkie is to provide a hub for Australian educators using ICT to engage and facilitate the best educational outcomes for their students. The domain name uses the word

Anecdote

Anecdote is a place to better understand learning, change and knowledge sharing. And you can tell by our name that we believe in the power of narratives.

Half Man Half Shark

Life as a carbon-based life form; a journey of building on success and learning from mistakes.
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