Transcript 17 February 2012

09:30:17 am lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How are you this morning?
09:31:04 am lrnchat: Are you new to #lrnchat ? We have rules available here: http://t.co/755c8oIh
09:32:03 am lrnchat: Q0. We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week?
09:32:34 am npmaven: RT @lrnchat: Q0. We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week? #lrnchat
09:32:34 am JaneBozarth: “early” #lrnchat starting now, y’all. Jane Hart @c4lpt hosting! Theme: stories in organizations.
09:33:26 am npmaven: Q0) Debra Beck, Wyoming, adult educator, online instructor, nonprofit board consultant/facilitator/blogger. #lrnchat
09:33:36 am C4LPT: #lrnchat has started This week’s topic is stories in organisations I will be joining as @janehart
09:34:30 am profesortbaker: RT @C4LPT: #lrnchat has started This week’s topic is stories in organisations I will be joining as @janehart
09:34:50 am KoreenOlbrish: RT @JaneBozarth: “early” #lrnchat starting now, y’all. Jane Hart @c4lpt hosting! Theme: stories in organizations.
09:35:02 am web20education: New post #msnNOW #microsoft #startup #curation & #aggregator tool http://t.co/ATUM4P0Q #edtech20 #pln #edchat #socialmedia #cpchat #lrnchat
09:35:09 am lmockford: RT @JaneBozarth: “early” #lrnchat starting now, y’all. Jane Hart @c4lpt hosting! Theme: stories in organizations.
09:35:09 am StephanieDaul: Stephanie Daul, Instructional Designer, Chicago,IL – Welcome everyone! #lrnchat
09:35:58 am StephanieDaul: RT @C4LPT: #lrnchat has started This weeks topic is stories in organisations I will be joining as @janehart #lrnchat
09:36:12 am guy_si: Q0 Guy Strelitz, online project manager at #TheBBCAcademy. Lately been learning about ID and PLEs, and keen to learn more… #lrnchat
09:36:30 am npmaven: Theme of this week’s #lrnchat: stories in organizations. Of potential interest to many. Please join in! #lrnchat
09:36:37 am janehart: Q0) Jane Hart from nr Bath in the UK – Shifting my title from Social Learning Specialist to a Collaboration Specialist #lrnchat
09:37:03 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat Q0) My name is Steven and I am a former fulltime trainer, now a many-hatted generalist slash specialist. Vague enough?
09:38:43 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat Andrew Peterson here, Instructional Technologist for Ferris State University, geek/nerd hybrid with gaming tendencies
09:40:02 am lrnchat: Q1. What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
09:40:07 am KristinMSavko: Q0) Kristin Savko, eLearning Media design, Pennsylvania #lrnchat
09:40:13 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat Q0) This week I realized that while I love Social Media + #gamification, I don’t want 2 play Chicken TicTacToe http://t.co/qHNQnTfQ
09:40:26 am StephanieDaul: @stevenbrent Welcome Steven #lrnchat
09:40:36 am npmaven: RT @lrnchat: Q1. Whats the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
09:40:54 am adamvartek: Anyone know of any tech-savvy superintendents out there who are avid tweeters? #edtech #edchat #lrnchat #k12 #education #aasa
09:40:56 am jadekaz: Q0: Long time, no lrnchat! Glad to be here today. Jade Kazmierski, Milwaukee, WI. Instructional designer. With a guest today! #lrnchat
09:41:13 am petersonandrew: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
09:41:30 am StephanieDaul: @KristinMSavko Welcome Kristin #lrnchat
09:41:40 am jadekaz: RT @lrnchat: Q1. Whats the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
09:42:09 am KarynAberts: #lrnchat Karyn e-learning specialist in healthcare
09:42:14 am billcush: Q0) Popping in for a bit on the early #lrnchat. L&DDude from Denver or Mtn View. Learning I need to remind myself to stay focused.
09:42:17 am s0ngb1rd: #lrnchat Alex, Client Implementation Specialist. Long story… http://t.co/Vc2x9Evb time to rewrite my role profile and job title!
09:42:54 am jess1ecat: #lrnchat Hi all Kandy London, (Q0); Q1 I think stories are really important they are what bring learning to life & convince learners WIIFM
09:43:17 am KristinMSavko: Storytelling is a great way to capture a learner’s interest and give them a real world context! #lrnchat
09:43:23 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat Q)1 Storytelling can provide context and relevancy, It’s a form of oral simulation (doublecheck spelling, send)
09:43:33 am npmaven: Q1) Stories create relationship: how others like/unlike us handle situations that may be familiar (or cautionary). #lrnchat
09:44:26 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat Q1) I use metaphor, parable, narrative freely (excessively?) in my training / demo / implementation talks with clients and partners
09:44:26 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat Q1) I use metaphor, parable, narrative freely (excessively?) in my training / demo / implementation talks with clients and partners
09:44:30 am StephanieDaul: RT @npmaven: Q1) Stories create relationship: how others like/unlike us handle situations that may be familiar (or cautionary). #lrnchat
09:44:51 am jess1ecat: Q1 Storytelling for me is abt creating connections & helping learners see the real world application of what they’re exploring… #lrnchat
09:45:34 am jess1ecat: And I think the best stories are the ones that they bring themselves and share with others #lrnchat Q1
09:45:34 am npmaven: Q1) Stories make “abstract” concepts real. #lrnchat
09:45:36 am billcush: RT @kristinmsavko: Storytelling is a great way to capture a learner’s interest and give them a real world context! #lrnchat
09:45:47 am KarynAberts: #lrnchat Q1 gives the learner some connection to the content
09:45:54 am petersonandrew: RT @StephanieDaul: Q1) story telling is the oldest form of learning and explaining things #lrnchat
09:45:55 am npmaven: RT @jess1ecat: Q1 Storytelling abt creating connections & helping learners see the real world application of what theyre exploring #lrnchat
09:46:22 am pcclassroom: Q1 At Pop Goes the Classroom, we believe that story telling is the key to building relationships with your students. #lrnchat
09:46:25 am billcush: Q1) Stories attached to something in the brain and increase memory…great for learning #lrnchat
09:46:31 am KristinMSavko: @StephanieDaul Very good point about the history of storytelling! All those fantastic fables and folk songs! #lrnchat
09:46:32 am guy_si: @jess1ecat that seems to be how storytelling is used in BBC Academy on line courses.
#lrnchat
09:46:35 am petersonandrew: @StephanieDaul oral tradition provides a great example of how effective storytelling can be #lrnchat
09:46:55 am npmaven: RT @billcush: Q1) Stories attached to something in the brain and increase memory…great for learning #lrnchat
09:46:57 am jess1ecat: @stevenbrent – excessive use of metaphor surely that’s not possible… If it works use it I say! #lrnchat
09:48:11 am StephanieDaul: Stories brings comfort. Think about mythology and how that explains nature before we understood it. #lrnchat
09:48:35 am npmaven: RT @StephanieDaul: Stories brings comfort. Think about mythology and how that explains nature before we understood it. #lrnchat
09:48:46 am jess1ecat: @guy_si #lrnchat interesting I’ll have a look at that. I can see applications of stories in sharing learner created content.
09:49:12 am guy_si: @billcush #grandmatosuckeggs Do stories really increase memory? Seems like an easy inference, but do we know it’s the case? #lrnchat
09:49:27 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat Q1) My experience parenting a young child has taught me a lot about what works + what doesn’t with adults too..Storytelling is key!
09:49:50 am billcush: Think I must agree. RT @jess1ecat: @stevenbrent – excessive use of metaphor surely that’s not possible… If it works use it I say! #lrnchat
09:50:03 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat I think storytellers often fill the gap between what you know and what you want to know…. not a good training example🙂
09:50:05 am billcush: RT @kristinmsavko: @StephanieDaul Very good point about the history of storytelling! All those fantastic fables and folk songs! #lrnchat
09:50:15 am jadekaz: RT @StephanieDaul: Stories brings comfort. Think about mythology and how that explains nature >> Offsets cog dissonance too #lrnchat
09:50:59 am wls1961: Q1) everyone has a story, being a better storyteller is the key to connecting with learners. #lrnchat
09:51:09 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat to clarify, they are not always filling the gap with truth. (see moon chasing the sun chasing the moon)
09:51:14 am guy_si: @jess1ecat I meant your earlier point about connection and real-world application. #lrnchat
09:51:31 am jadekaz: @guy_si Don’t know if it increases memory. But increases strength of connection for retrieval #lrnchat
09:51:35 am billcush: @guy_si There is evidence. Read Brain Rules. #lrnchat
09:52:22 am stevenbrent: @StephanieDaul very true, but when mythologies persist past their sell-by date, they can impede the acquisition of knowledge…#lrnchat
09:52:32 am s0ngb1rd: You don’t always remeber the details, but if you follow the story, you can often remeber the fundemental lesson #lrnchat
09:52:39 am graingered: KARE Givers: Zen & the art of early engagement- http://t.co/6YaNBuzS Navigating choice/autonomy in the early yrs #elemchat #lrnchat #edukare
09:52:50 am tomspiglanin: @lrnchat Q0 Tom, left coast, social learning evangelist at 4000-person corp. I learned the time is now. #Training2012 #lrnchat
09:52:51 am guy_si: @billcush Brain Rules now on the reading list! #lrnchat
09:54:24 am KristinMSavko: A well told story can give you interest in a topic that you otherwise had no interest in #lrnchat
09:54:47 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat It’s hard for me not to see ‘Brain Rules’ as a declarative statement: ‘Brain rules! Brain will crush the humans!’
09:54:56 am tomspiglanin: @lrnchat Q1 Use stories to create context for learning-context is the anchor for acquiring new knowledge Lesson from #Training2012 #lrnchat
09:55:04 am lrnchat: Q2. What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
09:55:28 am petersonandrew: @KristinMSavko see also: Twilight #lrnchat
09:55:29 am janehart: Q1) You remember something better if you hear a story about it – rather than just the facts. It becomes alive. #lrnchat
09:55:35 am jadekaz: RT @lrnchat: Q2. What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
09:55:57 am StephanieDaul: @KristinMSavko True – if I can relate it to something I know or want to know – make a topic I don’t want to learn a little easier #lrnchat
09:56:02 am jess1ecat: #lrnchat I guess one issue with stories is they are uncontestable, it’s my story my voice – how do we constructively use that for learning?
09:56:05 am petersonandrew: RT @lrnchat: Q2. What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
09:56:39 am billcush: @guy_si A good book. Lots of stories. Maybe why I remembered it. Ha! #lrnchat
09:56:50 am jadekaz: Q2: The ones that have hidden teachings. Such as survival – like Moby Dick. Or Clan of the Cave Bear. #lrnchat
09:56:50 am KristinMSavko: @petersonandrew LOL, opposite day? #lrnchat
09:57:01 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat usually historical stories involving family help to develop character and more complex teachable content.
09:57:54 am jess1ecat: Q.2 The ones that have stuck have often been cautionary tales, i.e. I tried this and x happened, we learn a lot from our mistakes. #lrnchat
09:57:55 am jadekaz: Q2: Also, stories that teach me different ways of living and the robustness of life #lrnchat
09:58:56 am StephanieDaul: RT @lrnchat: Q2. What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
09:59:00 am stevenbrent: #lrnchat Q2) Socrates via Plato – mostly The Republic but also a bunch of stuff from the Dialogues.
09:59:13 am npmaven: RT @StephanieDaul: RT @lrnchat: Q2. What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
09:59:20 am KarynAberts: Q2 stories that give examples of doing the right thing or making difficult decisions #lrnchat
09:59:28 am treverreeh: Using Numb3rs in the math classroom. http://t.co/gzafm1iX #edchat #lrnchat #pblchat
10:00:03 am KristinMSavko: @petersonandrew I was the opposite. Interested in topic, but the story fell short for me–but we can’t discount cultural phenomenon #lrnchat
10:00:21 am s0ngb1rd: #lrnchat I love all types of stories, Fables, parables, fairytales. Children love stories, adults love stories
10:01:03 am KristinMSavko: Q2) Having a toddler, I love stories that teach good reasons “why” #lrnchat
10:01:24 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat I think stories have self filtering, I don’t remember stories that aren’t valuable, so any stories I can think of have value.
10:01:42 am StephanieDaul: @jess1ecat: uncontestable is interesting – stories are how we deliver – our trainers read from a script – a story is not scripted #lrnchat
10:01:44 am KarynAberts: i remember growing up on Aesop’s’ Fables and Dr. Suess #lrnchat
10:02:11 am jadekaz: @KristinMSavko With my own toddler, I like the books that make vegetables seem fun #lrnchat
10:02:38 am jess1ecat: RT@KristinMSavko 2) Having a toddler, I love stories that teach good reasons “why” #lrnchat> & I love the ones that get pple asking why
10:02:40 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat I’m struggling with this question as it seem like, “tell me what you can’t remember most”
10:03:25 am s0ngb1rd: #lrnchat. Us humans seek meaning in most experiences. To contextualise them and make sense of randoms
10:03:34 am KristinMSavko: @jadekaz I like the ones that make sleeping fun too! #lrnchat
10:03:35 am StephanieDaul: I like stories that I can be thinking ahead an guess what might happen #lrnchat
10:04:26 am StephanieDaul: I love Choose Your Own Adventure books – branch activities in the form of a story #lrnchat
10:05:27 am jess1ecat: @StephanieDaul they are crafted aren’t they, I was suggesting one art of facilitating learning is taking difft perspectives on them #lrnchat
10:07:02 am jadekaz: Q2: In learning, I don’t like the “published” text book stories so much. Rather, I get most out of classmates real life examples #lrnchat
10:07:33 am jess1ecat: RT @KristinMSavko RT @jadekaz I like the ones that make sleeping fun too! #lrnchat> me too🙂
10:08:45 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat I remember my mom reading “Tom Swift” books to me as a kid, I later learned she censored the language as she went.
10:08:56 am coyenator: @n2teaching TY for the mention, gr8 #lrnchat last night – focused on learning and stories
10:09:18 am StephanieDaul: There are places for both crafted and uncrafted stories where u know the outcome your going for just not sure how you’ll get there #lrnchat
10:10:11 am lrnchat: Q3. What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
10:10:31 am StephanieDaul: The uncrafted is where the art happens #lrnchat
10:10:35 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat there is a place for stories in both formal and informal learning environments
10:13:19 am jadekaz: Q3: There once WAS a lady who told stories. Period. Dunh duhn duhhhh #lrnchat
10:13:31 am jess1ecat: Q3. #lrnchat I think the emphasis on evidence and KPIs overvaluing the body of data over the experience of individuals
10:13:51 am StephanieDaul: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
10:14:22 am guy_si: @jess1ecat can you expand on that? #lrnchat
10:14:29 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat is this lag, or is there a collective scratching of the skulls atm
10:15:13 am guy_si: yes #lrnchat
10:16:00 am jseevers: @lrnchat A3. Lack of transparency and honesty in organizations keep the real stories from being told… #keepitreal #lrnchat
10:16:21 am StephanieDaul: We have a story we use in our sales training-everyone hears it and it never changes. They tune out stories because of that. #lrnchat
10:16:42 am jadekaz: Q3: Professionals don’t need stories, they just need the facts, thank you very much. #lrnchat
10:17:22 am jadekaz: Q3: Strip out the corporate mumbo jumbo and what’s left of the story? #lrnchat
10:17:32 am jess1ecat: @guy_si #lrnchat sorry if I caused head scratching…. There’s a strong narrative that what counts is the budy of evidence abt what works…
10:17:41 am StephanieDaul: The story isn’t real – our sales story is about being stranded on an island – does that happen anymore?!? #lrnchat
10:17:43 am jess1ecat: @guy_si #lrnchat … but we learn loads too from individual experience and stories not all hard data does that help?
10:17:51 am KarynAberts: @StephanieDaul I agree, stories can get overused and lose their meaning #lrnchat
10:18:24 am jadekaz: Q3: The real stories need to be whispered #lrnchat
10:19:16 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat there shouldn’t be marketing in any natural story
10:19:42 am guy_si: @jess1ecat It does, thanks🙂
How can a corporate environment share those personal stories? #lrnchat
10:19:59 am petersonandrew: @KarynAberts @StephanieDaul #lrnchat Joseph Campbell would disagree, we are just telling the same stories with new faces
10:21:04 am StephanieDaul: RT @jess1ecat: @guy_si #lrnchat … but we learn loads too from individual experience and stories not all hard data does that help? #lrnchat
10:22:12 am jess1ecat: @guy_si #lrnchat we’re trying to do it through mentoring and communities of practice, jury is still out on if that works.
10:23:24 am guy_si: @StephanieDaul It does, and it’s provocative. As @corporatetrainingguy I’d love to understand how to get hold of those stories. #lrnchat
10:23:35 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat do personal stories allow for more ownership over the content / lesson?
10:24:55 am sparkandco: RT @chris_saeger: “Learning Stories R designed 2 engender questions, not answer them”-Paula Underwood, http://t.co/IooUBPyR #lrnchat
10:25:04 am lrnchat: Q4. How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
10:25:11 am KarynAberts: @petersonandrew @StephanieDaul but often times in a small organization, you have the same learners #lrnchat
10:25:58 am StephanieDaul: RT @lrnchat: Q4. How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
10:26:06 am sparkandco: RT @lrnchat: Q4. How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
10:26:23 am StephanieDaul: RT @KarynAberts: @petersonandrew but often times in a small organization, you have the same learners – that’s a challenge #lrnchat
10:26:53 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat could storytelling be used as a form of assessment? if I tell you a story about a concept does it provide deeper learning for me?
10:27:43 am sparkandco: RT @petersonandrew: #lrnchat …B used as a form of assessment? if I tell U a story abt a concept does it provide deeper learning 4 me? like
10:29:31 am petersonandrew: RT @lrnchat: Q4. How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
10:30:09 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat by creating a platform for storytelling and encouraging others to participate.
10:30:27 am jseevers: @lrnchat A4. Stories are only as good as their narrators. Free the narrators in your business to tell honest stories. #lrnchat #engagement
10:31:05 am jess1ecat: Q4. #lrnchat one way we do it is to get people to develop narratives and use these to create role plays grounded in real life
10:32:41 am petersonandrew: @KarynAberts @StephanieDaul is there a story version of groupthink when you are all telling the same stories over and over #lrnchat
10:32:46 am jess1ecat: RT @jseevers #lrnchat Stories are only as good as their narrators. Free the narrators in your business to tell honest stories. > v.true
10:33:46 am LnDDave: Sorry to have missed #lrnchat last night and this morning. Looks like there’s a good discussion going on.
10:34:23 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat flip it around, provide an audience for your best storytellers / stories
10:34:35 am sparkandco: Q4 – this is what the last org I worked for did w/story: https://t.co/itY2pOhJ #lrnchat
10:35:40 am StephanieDaul: RT @jess1ecat: Q4. 1 way we do it is 2 get people to develop narratives use these 2 create role plays grounded in real life #lrnchat
10:35:55 am KarynAberts: I think you have both narrators and audience to have the best format #lrnchat
10:35:57 am petersonandrew: @sparkandco very cool / practical example #lrnchat
10:36:30 am JaneBozarth: My favorite story ends:”Yes, it’s possible to teach a turkey to climb a tree, but wouldn’t it make more sense to hire a squirrel?” #lrnchat
10:36:34 am StephanieDaul: @petersonandrew sure if group think is what you want your outcome to be #lrnchat
10:37:39 am Wesley_Woods: A must for all educators >> How to Keep Your Sanity as an Administrator http://t.co/kvFOUTVM #edchat #elemchat #edadmin #cpchat #lrnchat
10:37:59 am jess1ecat: @petersonandrew @sparkandco I agree very good thanks for sharing #lrnchat
10:38:24 am petersonandrew: @JaneBozarth you win the quote of the day award #lrnchat
10:38:54 am KristinMSavko: Sometimes it’s nice to include a nice image that tells a story, even when you’re not storytelling #lrnchat
10:40:03 am lrnchat: Q5. What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
10:40:21 am sparkandco: Q4 we can also use story as a diagnostic – what are the stories people tell and can that help us design solution #lrnchat
10:40:55 am KristinMSavko: Q5) I always benefit from stories of perseverance #lrnchat
10:41:35 am StephanieDaul: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
10:41:40 am robbartlett: RT @sparkandco: Q4 we can also use story as a diagnostic – what are the stories people tell and can that help us design solution #lrnchat
10:41:59 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat you can succeed without stories, the stories just make it more fun
10:42:07 am jess1ecat: RT @sparkandco: Q4 we can also use story as a diagnostic – what are the stories people tell and can that help us design solution #lrnchat
10:42:28 am StephanieDaul: Q5) There are a lot that we tell ourselves…some true come not so true😉 #lrnchat
10:43:49 am jess1ecat: Q5. #lrnchat I learn lots from stories that offer an alternative perspective, open my eyes to other possibilities.
10:44:26 am sparkandco: Q5 this is a hard question #lrnchat
10:45:00 am tomspiglanin: RT Love it! @JaneBozarth: “…it’s possible to teach a turkey to climb a tree, but wouldn’t it make more sense to hire a squirrel?” #lrnchat
10:47:13 am jseevers: @lrnchat A5. The stories we tell ourselves need to be lived & we need to encourage others to do the same. #empower #equip #lrnchat
10:47:34 am jess1ecat: #lrnchat we haven’t had much about shared platforms for sharing these stories but there must be a role for socmed and collab platforms?
10:47:35 am s0ngb1rd: 2 engineering colleagues just standing near me…”what was the story on those structures?”.. #whatacoincidence #lrnchat
10:48:15 am JaneBozarth: FYI Everything I know I learned from Pippi Longstocking. #lrnchat
10:50:21 am s0ngb1rd: I find stories with humour can really strike home a message. Comedians use this technique to devastating effect if they are good #lrnchat
10:51:07 am odguru: RT @JaneBozarth: FYI Everything I know I learned from Pippi Longstocking. #lrnchat
10:51:10 am lowden407: I had suspected this for some time. RT @JaneBozarth: FYI Everything I know I learned from Pippi Longstocking. #lrnchat
10:54:06 am sparkandco: Q5 the silence is killing me…how about “just keep swimming” #lrnchat
10:55:06 am lrnchat: Qwrap. Time is almost up. Please reintroduce yourself. Share links, requests & shameless plugs. #lrnchat
10:57:04 am elearningguy: Darn, missed both #lrnchat sessions this week. The price of being home with a sick little guy.
10:57:28 am JaneBozarth: Sorry I wasn’t able to be in much.Jane, Fire Eating Showgirl,Raleigh NC. Join me at #LSCon and the Questionmark conferences, March. #lrnchat
10:59:03 am lrnchat: Thanks for joining #lrnchat. We’ll post the transcript on http://t.co/O8x38OGR See you next Friday!
10:59:08 am jess1ecat: #lrnchat Kandy, thanks for the chat, interesting things to ponder always. See you all next time hopefully.
10:59:32 am sparkandco: “once upon a time there was a freelancer named Holly who lived on an island in the pacific ocean…” bye #lrnchat
10:59:37 am s0ngb1rd: Bye from Alex, have a great weekend learnchatters #lrnchat http://t.co/5VR33wW4 / http://t.co/z0HprqMC
10:59:59 am guy_si: Guy Strelitz at the BBC Academy. That was my #lrnchat cherry. Nothing to plug, but interesting and provocative. Thanks all! #lrnchat
11:02:09 am jseevers: @lrnchat Qwrap. Great #lrnchat -ing with y’all today. #givefreely #giveoften #tellstories @rootlearning

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