How many of your students are creating their own learning environments?
Thank you so much for everyone who participated live. The notes document is now a hugely valuable resource for those who want to start implementing badges: http://bit.ly/badgesroundtable
1. Submit your reflection for your own badge for this session - http://badges.p2pu.org/en/badge/view/311/
Recently, I have seen many presentations where it looks like an artist is drawing during the presentation. I absolutely love these videos and have become somewhat obsessed with wanting to learn how to make one myself.
Below are some examples that I have recently made.… Continue reading
I haven’t blogged for over a month because I have been so excited about our adventure to… drum roll please… South Korea!
This is the view from the roof of our school: Taejeon Christian International School …in Daejeon Techno Valley. My gorgeous talented husband will be teaching Music in the High School and I will be teaching elementary – grade level is to be decided at a later date. Continue reading
I’ve been an irregular visitor to my own blog, just popping in to redirect mail.
In this podcast I discuss how I’m looking at aggregating all of the images shared during digital learning day on Twitter.
I will be publishing the set later today, but I’m intrigued by this idea of crowd sourcing what classroom practice looks like on a grand scale and then using the results to analyze and to understand what the new face of learning truly looks like.…
Thanks for posting your reflections to #MultiMOOC and crediting my colleague co-moderator Jim Buckingham with his excellent presentation. I wish we could have done more with badges in the MultiMOOC course but we spread ourselves thin (our students arrived a couple of weeks ago as well).… Continue reading
Because you suffer from multiple blogganality disorder (forgive me if I've spelled it wrong…I only saw it briefly) I felt compelled to comment given that we are both dyed in the wool ModPo-ers and I suffer from a similar disorder. In fact, I probably have had at least 10 – 12 blogs up and running at one time (right now I think I'm topping out at about 8) and it seemed like every time I turned around, I was starting up another one so I started one called The Blogamist for people who are addicted to creating blogs as in, "Hi, my name is so and so, and I am a blogamist.… Continue reading
I’m thinking of the popular bell hooks quote: “The academy is not paradise.