Cultivating The Art of Noticing #edchatie

Educasting Art of Noticing

I BROKE A SUMMER PROMISE when I purchased another Audible title and then started listening to The Art of Noticing immediately--instead of spending hours under Irish sunshine digging out a new garden. I blame both Rob Walker and Mitch Joel for this transgression.

I've started creating three lists from more than 100 cues offered by Rob to enhance my ability to immerse in the moment and I plan to propose activities to both primary school and college students based on excellent ideas shared in the book. Plus I've started thinking out loud about the ideas Rob Walker shares in his book and through his newsletter.

Listen to "It's Important to Notice the World Around You" on Spreaker.

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Screening, Cognifying, and Sharing #clonmeldigit


SEVERAL INEVITABLE FORCES weave in and out of our lives. Kevin Kelly writes about them in his book The Inevitable and game art designers Neil, Adam, and Rafal explain how specific trends affect the gaming industry.

Listen to "Inevitable Game Art Design E31" on Spreaker.

Forty students are unpacking The Inevitable in a podcast series "Emerging Trends Kun Keen" that you can follow on Spotify and all good audio networks.

You can download the current episode here.

[Educasting from Ireland is a service of the Clonmel Digital Campus.]

Creatives aren't concerned about cognification


I ENJOYED A CLASSROOM conversation with Jess McNamara about cognification, an inevitable trend described by Kevin Kelly. We're diving into The Inevitable with 35 students as they examine how changing technology may affect their lives and livelihood in the decades ahead.

Listen to "Life When Cognified E24" on Spreaker.

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