The second slippery aspect of the question do we know all of Reality refers to how we conceive knowledge. If knowledge is something conscious and mostly intellectual, then I don’t think we can know all of Reality, or even much of Reality. In other words, we have experiences of the Real that we are not conscious of and can hardly represent in any language.… Continue reading
I joined the Mozilla teachtheweb online course and joined its Google Community where Sarah Gross shared her webremix that led me to her Vizify introduction. Thank you. I’ve been searching for the map making function of Visizfy… for a visualization of my career bouncing between and within two continents. Continue reading
If Reality is an emergent property of the zone of engagement between the Knower and the Real, then what does that say about education in general and educational practices such as MOOCs in particular?
I think I should draw out some of the implications of this arrangement: a zone of engagement between the Knower and the Real.… Continue reading
Today, …I blog with a purpose. With 21st century education being on top of the educational hit list, I find myself utterly shocked at the lack of postings for Computer Technology Teaching Positions. Even the computer integrator positions have gone down drastically. Continue reading
I realized yesterday that Twitter, what we do on Twitter could be considered to be a Massive Open Online Conversation or a MOOC.
Yesterday I opened up Twitter and discovered a tweet by Bill Clinton. Yes that Clinton, William Jefferson Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States.…
This week I began another MOOC adventure. I am taking Coursera’s Inspiring Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence! with Richard E. Boyatzis, Ph.D., Distinguished University Professor, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Case Western Reserve University (see above if you would like to see his pic).…
Yesterday, I dove into a new MOOC called Teach the Web started by Mozilla and created by a Webmaker Mentor Community of people around the world who are determined and passionate about helping people be empowered to “CREATE the web, rather than just consume it.”
They have a great intro video (that WordPress won’t let me embed) here:
I love the course motto: “Let’s teach the world the web.…
Congratulations to University of Texas at Arlington’s (UTA) Dr. Peggy Semingson and Dr. Pete Smith for receiving the 2013 International Distance Learning Awards, presented by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA).
USDLA grants international awards …… Continue reading