A Reflection on Conversations of Intrigue

A Reflection on Conversations of Intrigue

Among the blogs I post are things I call ‘Recommended Reads’. In these blog posts I feature an article that I read somewhere, really liked, and think may be of value to others. I also write a short comment on the ways in which the article in question resonated with me.

Now… when it comes to my writing a comment on this week’s ‘Recommended Read’ I am afraid, dear reader, that I come up short. My reason for posting A Conversation of Intrigue by Helen Blunden of Activate Learning Solutions is sheer vanity.

This year I have been developing a new service called Conversations of Intrigue; recently I had a trial run of this service (actually a facilitated group discussion) and Helen was good enough to come along as one of the guinea pigs. I was surprised and delighted when Helen posted a reflection on her experience on her blog. Needless to say, it was also very useful to get an insight into what one participant got from the experience.

NOT a portrait of Helen. Artist: George Morland Sourced from en.wahooart.com
NOT a portrait of Helen.
Artist: George Morland
Sourced from en.wahooart.com

Naturally I hope that you will all swarm onto Helen’s blog to read about Conversations of Intrigue. But while you’re there, check out some of her other blogs – they’re terrific.

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