As my second full year of Genius Hour passion projects begins, I’m trying something new in order to better track each student’s progress. Last year I learned plenty from my students, including that I need a leaner, more agile tracking system in order to assess, encourage, and praise progress.…
So I’ve been offline for a while for various reasons, the main one being I am of that age when parents need more care and support and this has been a support summer, from that perspective. Thank goodness my parents’ health is now good and they have moved onto the next stage of their lives without too many problems.… Continue reading
I promised in my last post to talk about why and how I was coding the Rhizo14 auto-ethnography with prepositions. Maha Bali subsequently pointed out in a tweet that she still doesn’t know how I plan to code prepositions. She’s right.… Continue reading
This Summer, my center is supporting a cohort of 24 graduate students who are teaching for the first time. They’ve participated in our teaching and learning class, The College Classroom, and we strongly encourage them use evidence-based, student-centered instructional activities in their classes.…
I never expected to be writing about prepositions, but it’s the approach I’ve decided to take with the Rhizo14 auto-ethnography, so I want to sketch what I think I’m doing and why and how I’m doing it. This is a preliminary sketch, so expect abrupt turns of the page and new, emergent directions.… Continue reading
I posted this this afternoon:
The Glow Blogs migration export will start on 19th September 2014
Any new posts or content added to blogs after that date will not be migrated to the new service.
The new service should be up and running by Oct 3rd 2014
The data from the current blog servers will be exported on the 19th of September and migrated to the new service ready for the go live date.
I have been teaching online courses since the Spring of 2009. I have added online courses every year. I now have online sections of almost all my courses.
What was your initial reaction when you found out that you would be teaching online?