LearnDog Vision: let’s have a conversation

Dear interested parties,

I need help fleshing out words for a pithy ‘vision statement’ for LearnDog

Those of you who know me personally will be aware that there are millions of really good ideas trapped inside my brain – held back by my inarticulate oral oriface and trembling typing fingers.  You know LearnDog will be some form of media company that always pushes the envelope with emerging technology.  You know that paradigm violence appeals to me.  You know I believe strongly that giving people a voice, facilitating respectful recognition of abilities, is goodness.  You know I admire the work Mandy does with young mums and kids through narrative therapy (OT style) with crude tools like paper journals.

So lets put our collective minds together to flesh out a statement that embodies the dream so far.  Heres what I have:

– help kids through recognition of vocational learning
– giving kids a voice to say ‘look what I can do’
– a media company which aims to help 13-17 year olds make better life choices through recognition of their vocational learning

Post a comment if you can, mail to info@learndog.com or my personal e/mail if you prefer.


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3 Responses to LearnDog Vision: let’s have a conversation

  1. Fang says:

    ‘A Stage’ (digital / web based).A stage on which the extra-curricular talents of kids can be showcased.

  2. Ian says:

    How about something inthe format of the Agile Manifesto http://agilemanifesto.org/- We value Vocational Learning over Academic Excellence- We Encourage Individual Voice over Academic Compliance- We encourage better life choices over following a rutThat is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.

  3. Max says:

    Philip Vafiadis said we should meet! Would love to!

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