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#Master #Story #Teller: Celebrate the Story Tellers Among Us!

★★★★★Thomas Jerome Baker, Your #Kindle #MatchBook #Discount is Live on http://t.co/N76OHNt5Da! http://t.co/9MmE3qFlPZ — Thomas Baker (@profesorbaker) October 29, 2013 A master storyteller is someone who has a unique gift for telling stories. Here, I mean all forms of story telling. … Continue reading

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Leadership & Innovation: “Obscuchar”, A New Audacity of the Imagination

“…a new audacity of the imagination” – John Dewey First things first? What’s a leadership assessment? Who does it? Why should you do a leadership assessment? Prospective Assessment The most recent addition to Korn/Ferry’s assessments is ProSpective—in partnership with LinkedIn. … Continue reading

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The Interview Teacher

The Interview Teacher: From Imagination to Sophistication Only recently did it dawn on me that an interview is more than what it appears to be on the surface: question and answer. I thank all my students, past, present and future, … Continue reading

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The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination: JK Rowling Harvard Commencement Speech – June 5, 2008

President Faust, members of the Harvard Corporation and the Board of Overseers, members of the faculty, proud parents, and, above all, graduates. The first thing I would like to say is ‘thank you.’ Not only has Harvard given me an … Continue reading

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Interactive Story Telling: More Than You Imagined?

A four-sided story. The Mysterious Cube. Rubik’s Cube? A mystery? What does Rubik’s Cube have to do with interactive story telling? Well, Rubik’s Cube is constantly being turned, twisted, and turned again. And just when you think you got it, … Continue reading

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#CCK11 – The Connectivist Writes: A Jig-Saw Creative Writing Lesson #ELTchat

Our journey begins. Are you ready? The first step, for some, is the hardest step of all. The most difficult step. Are you thinking, what I think you are thinking? You see, I’m thinking, that you are thinking, that I’m … Continue reading

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A Past and A Future: A Connectivist Interviews Penny Lockwood Ehrenkranz (#CCK11) (#ELTChat) (#sirken)

Penny Lockwood Ehrenkranz, talking about A Past and A Future, a collection of sixteen short stories. This book is available in print at http://www.genremall.com/anthologiesr.htm#pastfuture Connectivism. A learning theory for a digital age. I store my knowledge in my friends. Me: … Continue reading

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