This is a Haiku Deck put together by Jo Mason and me. We hitched a little plan together; we decided to reach out to our online audience in the hope that the people we know could help shape some new learning content for us.
We’d hope that posting a few tweets would be enough to get a few responses and help shape how we pull this together, what happened next was phenomenal.
More than 30 people got involved with over 70 responses that had people sharing personal thoughts, ideas, suggestions, web links and pictures. We’d really struck a chord. What’s great is that people gave up their personal time to help us out. Some replied early morning, some during lunchtime and others into the evening – oh and did I mention this was on a Sunday too?!
The point is that people are willing to share and learn from one another at whatever time suits them, at whatever pace and in a style that they feel most comfortable in using – whether that’s through type, file sharing or imagery. This is social learning working at its best – for you!
Thank you so much for sharing your #stresslesstips ...you've made a difference to so many people @tarunaMasani @suki_KBromford @lauren_bromford @clareparslow @emma_tooks @annagillespie74 @IAmGavChahal @kellymae74 @finbren @leighE11 @sueguest @lizhathelena @asifchoudry @999penny @get_headspace @jhardacre1 @johnw_bromford @ckingathelena @clairecbolton @Mark_ED_Lowe @RobJefferson @JohnW_Bromford @BarryHodge @GillMStokes @AsifChoudry
Jo and Andy
@jomason28 and @andyjatbromford
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