I can’t believe that we have got to March and I haven’t posted a post. It has been a busy few months. First there was the holiday which recharged the batteries. Then I shifted house – everyone asks where to and I have to confess to five doors down on the other side of the road! (clearly I like the area). Like like a lot of house shifts there has been work to be done – gardening, wallpaper striping (I couldn’t live with lime green wallpaper) and things to get repaired. Then work was busy getting ready for our students to start the new year. In between the New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists said they would audit educators in their Continuing Competence Framework for Recertification and so I needed to ensure everything was up to date in terms of my objectives and actions for the year. I think I am just on ready to start posting again so watch this spot.
About MeI am a occupational therapy educator at Otago Polytechnic in Dunedin, New Zealand. I am keen to expand my use of web 2 technologies and to see how they can assist learning. I have a special interest in supervision.
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PhotographsThe photograph on the banner at the blog is by Tudor Caradoc-Davies copyright 2007. The rest of the photo's have been taken by me they are all photo's of this wonderful part of the world that is home for me Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.
Quote of the weekIf you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is a compromise. Robert Fritz
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