Watch how these skeletons bring out biases

Love love love this. Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels


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Learning about learning with tuiles

I recently wrote about an example of what not to do if you want your learners to feel included and your content to be accessible. It had to do with differentiated learning and not being told upfront what that meant.  Harumph! (e.g. I’m tired, it’s the end of a long day and you, the presenter, […]


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I’ve returned to high school, a harumphing bad example of access/inclusion

I’m back in school.  High school that is. A few evenings ago I found myself perched on a somewhat tottering chair, holding handouts in one hand and a cookie in the other.  I was peering over my reading glasses at the figure in the distance, the principal, as he spoke into the darkened room to […]


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10 tips for trainers part one: bumblebee butts & booty

It’s my birthday tomorrow and as tomorrow’s not a usual day for posting I thought I’d give you a gift today. Ever since I hit the earth some 4+ decades ago I’ve not had to wait for Christmas to open gifts so I thought I’d share the bounty with you, my dear blog reader, with […]


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