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New Heights Mapped

During the first week of May, I was off for a week with two other people to hike, bike and wander in the French region of Isère. I enjoyed exploring and riding different cities and villages, forests …

“When we are curious, we engage the world by exploring, learning, and making meaning from our discoveries” — @ariannahuff

Curiosity is important in our modern world and its importance. How do we develop curiosity and future skills?

Well, I share …

The Workshop

In this 20-hour workshop, divided into two days and four half-days, my Cube School fellows and moi were invited to reflect on the notion of identity. We designed unique forms to portray ourselves by exploring different graphic tools …

Self-Improving – ways and which I activate

“You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour water

earning something new daily helps me to grow and thrive. Whether in a project, on my own, in a conversation, in a community. It is not necessarily work-related most of the time, something of interest or fun. It could be …

Listening to Podcasts On the Go – Tips and nudges


The Value of Slow Media

“Slow media is not for the distracted masses, it’s for the focused few. Go ahead and subscribe to a few. Slow media is good for

avigating Knowledge Flows Fast & Slow. There is value in going deeper into an uncertain and fragmented world. We think critically, respond, contribute to online conversations while adding value regarding the context. We connect, contribute and unplug when needed. 

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Collective Learning: why, what and how?

This is a photo that was shot by @rotanarotana in the garden of the Museum Rodin, Paris, France.

Recently, after reading a great post from Gianpiero Petriglieri offering a different view on MOOCs, here is what I tweeted:

“Education is not just about skills, concepts, knowledge as commodity. It is also about