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Philip Glass Finishes His David Bowie Trilogy, Debuting His Lodger Symphony

Sometimes I feel The need to move on So I pack a bag And move on Move on --David Bowie, “Move On” We might have been calling it the Lake Geneva Trilogy, given David Bowie’s recuperative sojourn in Switzerland after the emptiness he felt in L.A. The first album in the Berlin Trilogy, Low, was mostly recorded in France, and the last album of the trilogy, Lodger, in Montreaux in 1979. But they were almost all written in, around, and about Berlin, where Bowie found what he was looking for—a ...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, France, Berlin, Los Angeles, David Bowie, Switzerland, John Adams, Times, Gary Oldman, Low, Los Angeles Times, Philip Glass, Bowie


Thought Leading

With Angela Maiers and Eric Sheninger at BETT 2017 I've never been that keen on the term 'thought leaders'. Some might even consider it a little presumptuous to label oneself as a thought leader. It also sounds as though thought leaders have the monopoly on new ideas and great thinking. This is patently untrue. All teachers have the potential to be creative and to arrive at new ideas. Whether they share them with their professional community is another matter. So although this post is cal...
Tags: Technology, London, Learning, Students, Education, Australia, Teachers, Schools, Brisbane, eLearning, Eric, Angela, Bett, Damascus Road, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England



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