Archive for May, 2015

Blog Posts & Resources

May 13th, 2015


I am interested in developing and delivering projects for seniors.

My project colleague and I are exploring how audio headsets playing high fidelity music can help seniors challenged with health limitations. In one program, we use peer to peer co-learning feedback protocols (loops), including slow motion video to increase performance outcomes and enhance the shared group learning among participants.

In another project we play music using low cost headsets, There is a growing body of research that confirms that playing music can open up the neural pathways, revive memories and facilitate improved communications with caregivers.

PKM, Workplace-Network Learning

Future Skills – for the 21st Century Workplace

May 9th, 2015

Blind_monks_examining_an_elephant.jpgOne of Youth Profit’s goals is to encourage dialogue and strategic thinking between the education, government, private and nonprofit sectors. These systems are like silos, acting like the preferable blind monks assigned to describing what the elephant looks like. The elephant in question is the worldwide crisis of youth unemployment. A crisis exacerbated by the demise of the industrial era and the emergence of the always on, always connected network economy. Read more…

Workplace-Network Learning