The monthly DiS podcast

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Monday, August 31, 2020, 15:42

August 2020's edition is in in a better podcast style. It tells the story of how the technique came out of a session with a young person at a time when I was stuck in my work with him. On the day it emerged, I had no idea that it would be so successful. I hope you will find it useful and it will encourage you to design your own techniques. Show notes below: 

1. Can boredom ever be good? All in the Mind ABC National Radio

Part 1: The benefits of boredom

Part 2: The benefits of boredom

This is a link to the Boredom Proneness Scale test if you fancy trying it out.

2. Tom Ravenette: “Never, never, never give advice”: An essay in professional practice. Ch. 8 in Personal Construct Theory in Educational Psychology.

3. Tsudi’s ABC John Fisher and Helen Jones talk about Finn Tsudi’s ABC technique

4. Harry Procter’s work can be found here on Researchgate and YouTube.

5. Salmon (1995) Psychology in the Classroom: Reconstructing Teachers and Learners

Find yourself: Salmon line


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