Keeping it on the DL - Sysdoc Digital Learning Vlog with Special Guest #VLOG2
Our vlog officially has a name, 'Keeping it on the DL', well on digital learning that is! Sarah Vaughan and Spencer Holmes are back again for our second vlog this year with Matt Nightingale. The wonderful thing we are discovering about these vlogs is that they meander off into different topics and we soon realised the impact it all has on each other. Steering away from the typical Q&A set up, we want to have open discussions with our guest speakers so we can create a meaningful and thought provoking discussion.
There is without a shadow of doubt more demand and opportunity for creativity to thrive, and this is where Matt Nightingale comes in. Over the next few weeks, we will be releasing snippets of this vlog and proposing questions to our network! There are so many incredible nuggets of information, we want to make sure you get the chance to listen to as much of it as possible, especially as we explore the role of the Arts and Creativity when enlivening both adult and child-based learning.
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