HeiNous Notebooks

Media and More

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 7th May 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Happening, Reflecting Most of my observations about the media tend to fit better in my research notebook (I’d even initially flagged this Twitter thread to share there on Monday), but Matthew Andrews’ blog for HEPI …

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Newsletters #1

Scribbles in my Research notebook, Monday 3rd May 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. All sorts of busyness this week, so rather than sharing commentary on articles and early notes for essays, here are a few newsletters I always enjoy receiving. Did Someone Say Emoji? I love reading Jennifer …

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Oftentimes Better

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 30th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Happening, Reflecting There has been a lot written recently about vocational education, thanks to a Social Market Foundation essay doing the rounds at present (worth noting it’s based on pre-pandemic data). There’s some good initial …

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Truths and Delinquency

Scribbles in my Research notebook, Monday 26th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Delinquency and Love “Can we occupy technology with love?” I cannot begin to describe how much I am in favour of delinquent telephone activity, in every way. More of this, please, folks. Let’s cross the …

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Not-Knowing

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 23rd April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Leading, Managing A palette-cleanser after last week’s policy and horizon scanning notebook entry: “Teach your tongue to say I don’t know“, by Auston Kleon, popped back up in my inbox again recently and got me …

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Acies and Attention

Scribbles in my Research notebook, Monday 19th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Acies Studio D’s latest newsletter, Radar #24, opens with considering the “baseline skills [needed] to meaningfully function in society.” To literacy and numeracy, they suggest adding Graphicacy, Imageracy, Articulacy, Socialacy and Artificialacy. All of them …

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