Well I’ve been off line for the last few weeks as my mum fell off a step coming out of the dentist and broke her right hand. She picked herself up, got into her car and as she phrased it “waited until I felt up to driving home.” The next day her hand was swollen and off to the hospital she went.… Continue reading
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I’ve been reading about cognitive psychology and design thinking with great interest lately, and some ideas have been swirling around in my head. In particular, I (finally!) finished Daniel Kahneman’s fantastic book Thinking, Fast and Slow on Prospect Theory (reading notes here…) and the decision-making processes that are at work in our minds (cf. Continue reading
Hi Natasa – I've put your "THIS" graphic as the last image of a video I made of one of the ModPo assignments (I'm obsessed with mesostics)
I don't think ModPo is ever over – class officially ended weeks ago, but we're still at it…… Continue reading
This assignment was to take an image of Cory Doctorow from a collection of images created by Jonathan Worth and remix it. My idea was to take the image of multiple small head shots of Doctorow and make them into postage stamps.…
Sono approdata a Mooc Trasparenza e anticorruzione grazie a una segnalazione raccolta su Facebook.
Dal penultimo messaggio del coordinamento didattico Mooc vengo a conoscenza del numero degli iscritti
Siete in tanti, tantissimi più di 1400! Una adesione importante e un segnale che la tematica riscuote un forte interesse.
I’m an aesthetic kind of person. Setting really matters to me! Theories about what works best in classroom design and structure, to optimize student engagement, has been an obsession of mine. I have worked so hard to create an ambiance and space of learning, peace and calm – a home.…
One of the the things that I love about Twitter is how it allows me to have real time conversations: I talk about mundaine things, collaborate, share resources, participate in Twitter Chats and play games of Twitter vs. Zombies.
Sometimes the conversations take place over a longer period of time, like the riff below that started with Verena sharing an excellent infographic she saw at Edudemic that had Teachable Moments for Digital Citizenship” target=”_blank”Teachable Moments for Digital Citizenship for teachers and included Julie Balen in Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Verena Roberts and Susan Spellman Cann in Calgary and me here in Edmonton.…
Voltando ao inicio, ao meu objetivo de que não seria viável relacionar a tutoria a uma formação continuada, depositei em postagens, frases soltas, escritas, que demonstram a visão diferenciada dos alunos sobre o tutor, e finalmente abordar rapidamente que estas propostas não combinam.… Continue reading
A second property of complexity is what Edgar Morin calls organizational recursion. Taborga and Lawrimore both use the more common term feedback, which I think fails to capture the richer implications of the complex interactions inherent in complex systems, but feedback provides an easier starting place with organizational recursion, so I start there.… Continue reading