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Bell Hooks on Paradise in the Classroom.

This may be a popular quote to some, but it was new to me. I’m intrigued by the idea of a classroom as a potential paradise. It begs the question, “Is your classroom a paradise?”

Original Post from Leslie Lindsey:

I’m thinking of the popular bell hooks quote: “The academy is not paradise.

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New research on Lectures from Grant Wiggins (UbD)

I’m intrigued by the idea of where lecture fits (if anywhere) in a blended classroom. Looking at this research makes me want to dig in. Is flipping another form of lecture?

Original Post from Doug Holton:

Grant Wiggins’ (backward design, understanding by design) thoughts on the use of lectures

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Reflections of my #ETMOOC experience

In January last year, I signed up for an unforgettable experience with the Educational Technology & Media Massive Open Online Course, or ETMOOC for short. I deliberately use the word ‘unforgettable’ because, 12 months later, ETMOOC is still in my life through Google + and my personal learning network on Twitter.…

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#anticorruzione PA – EU Report 2014

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Corruzione e Italia: come siamo messi rispetto agli altri paesi UE? http://goo.gl/4jFysX

 

 

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#anticorruzione PA – EU Report 2014

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Corruzione e Italia: come siamo messi rispetto agli altri paesi UE? http://goo.gl/4jFysX

 

 

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Teaching uncertainly #rhizo14

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The topic for this past week in #rhizo14 was embracing uncertainty. A familiar topic in my work context. Kimberly Scott, the Director of the Master’s Program in Learning & Organizational Change (my professional home), openly tells graduate students to get used to playing in the ambiguity sandbox.…

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Print, Stupidity, and #rhizo14

I’ve just listened to a TVO audio lecture by Don Tapscott, in which Tapscott “refutes the belief that the internet is turning today’s youth into ‘the dumbest generation'”. The 55 minute lecture is worth listening to in its entirety, but the relevant section for this discussion starts near the end at 41:18 where Tapscott recounts a meeting with the academic leaders at Florida State University… Continue reading

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From John Schinker: Follow up from Educon (or, how to make what comes next actually happen)

I think this kind of follow up blog post is exactly the kind of thing that sustains momentum. It is about my other favorite event, Educon.

Have any of you written follow up blog posts for yesterday?

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