Month: May 2017

“Adaptive Martial Arts Demo: Wheelchair Self Defense” 

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Final one for now. It was just Master Worsfold and myself so we concentrated on self defence. I tried poomsae 1-8 earlier and he is thinking about the senior dan poomsae where there are movements that could be changed. Blocks and strikes are more…

Copyright links

From recent training https://copyrightliteracy.org/ http://copyrightuser.org/ http://ipkitten.blogspot.co.uk/ http://www.web2rights.org.uk/ (project closed 2009)  

Brothers and sisters

Saw my nephew and niece today. Told my nephew what the Russian is for sister and also told my niece what Russian is for brother (pronounced brat!) “yes absolutely, that’s so true!” with big smile on her face!  Today I learnt how to say…

Roehampton eLearning projects update

Social media and blogging activity for the next couple of weeks is going to be flying outside the window off into the London sunshine because of current workload / commitments. We are doing a small project with online quizzes in a negotiation module for…

And Yet So Much To Say

Why Difficulty matters Professor Steven Groake, Professor of Social Thought @ Roehampton

This lecture will be recorded and available soon but some brief snippets, not immediately connected to each other: https://pure.roehampton.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/steven-groarke(91cc38df-9938-4020-9e01-b330fc435eaf).html/ How does difficulty fit into the picture of foundational beliefs. We care about who we are, what happens to us.  Reasonable explanation is not insignificant…