Structuring our open field

Ubuntu (pronounced [ùɓúntʼù] is a Nguni Bantu term meaning “humanity”. It is sometimes translated as “I am because we are” (also “I am because you are”), or “humanity towards others” (in Zulu, umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu). A new field has emerged from the field of education. For practical purpose, we can call it the ‘open’Continue reading “Structuring our open field”


Lego literacies

Growing up a few decades ago, playing with Lego meant play, imagination, innovation and craft, somewhat different to what it means today. It was all about squares, rectangles, twos, sixes and eights, and whoever had the platforms and wheels could build the most imaginative campervans ever dreamt of! Nails and teeth were indispensable for gettingContinue reading “Lego literacies”