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The Playful Voices of Academia

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10: The spirit of play in academia – Mathias Poulsen

By jemsolheim | Jun 15, 2020

1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? The first thing that comes to mind is another question: what *is* a playful voice? What is the actual sound of a playful voice?  The second thing that comes to mind …

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09: The courage to play in academia – Helle Marie Skovbjerg

By jemsolheim | Jun 12, 2020

1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? To me, The Playful Voice is a way of being. This means that the voice does not belong to academia alone, but has to be viewed as a fundamental mode, where …

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08: Playful leadership, management and strategy in Academia – Alex Moseley

By jemsolheim | Jun 11, 2020

  1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? I’m a firm believer that play is open to all, and that everyone in academia should have a voice. This isn’t quite the same as the sentence, but the sentence …

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07: Play-based approaches in academia – Alison James

By jemsolheim | Jun 10, 2020

  1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? It sounds like an opera or theatre piece! It also sounds multiple – there are so many different voices in academia. It is also an important juxtaposition of playful and …

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06: Playful learning in academia – Claus Toft-Nielsen

By jemsolheim | Jun 9, 2020

  1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? One of the first things that comes to mind is an approach to teaching and learning that is somehow different than a traditional approach or pedagogy – and of course …

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05: The privilege of being playful in academia – Miguel Sicart

By jemsolheim | Jun 8, 2020

1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? The first thing that comes to mind is a set of people whose work pledges not to take their own discipline too seriously, so that they can dare to think about …

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04: Game Jams in Academia – Jeanette Falk Olesen

By jemsolheim | Jun 4, 2020

  1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? I think playful voices of academia include voices from those who research, teach and learn (and play) in an academic setting, while they also engage in playful practices which explores …

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03: Playfulness in academia – Nicola Whitton

By jemsolheim | Jun 3, 2020

  1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? Specific playful academics – Rikke, Alex, Alison, etc.     2. What are some important concepts and strategies that can be used to unlock playfulness in academia? What is it, …

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02: Play in academia – Andrew Walsh

By jemsolheim | Jun 2, 2020

1. What is the first things that comes to mind when reading the sentence ‘The Playful Voices of Academia’? Karaoke lecturers. Improv night. Colleagues who I talk to about playful teaching and learning. An imaginary youtube series with a ventriloquist’s dummy talking about (through other people’s submitted words?) how people …

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