I have to admit that it is pretty cool when someone you don’t know appreciates your thoughts. Rhonda Jessen, a fellow etmmoc participant, posted “Rhizomatic Learning–Thanks to my Weak Links” and referenced my “Like Bamboo” post. I don’t even know how I came across the post–something called a trackback/pingback. LOL I am clearly an etmooc and blogging newb!…
The power of the #etmooc in joining together everyday strangers around the globe with a passion for learning gives me such an adrenaline rush! I have to admit it!
I began to get an inkling of this internal high as my PLN grew on Twitter… over the years and random names and faces offered me ideas, resources, and insight. Continue reading
“Get it” instantly. “It” being everything.
Based on a cover of “Amazing Stories” magazine, downloaded from http://www.philsp.com/data/images/a/amazing_stories_194612.jpg
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My name is Vukasin B. Vasić and I teach economics, ICT and Business Administration to juniors and seniors at Nada Dimić Vocational School of Economics in Zemun Belgrade, Serbia. It is a respectable school overhere with almost 800 students in grades 9-12.…
Here I am. On the verge of something new again. This is my introductory post as a participant in #etmooc.
Oh ya, I teach middle-years Language Arts and Social Studies. I have a sort of experiential and project-based learning teaching approach.…
Hello World of #etmooc friends!
I’m very excited to start this journey and connect with over 1200 other networked learners. Check out my video above for a quick intro and some insight into why I’d want to do this.
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Because I hate my free time (or something), I am taking two courses this semester. One is a required course in distance education technologies from the University of Athabasca and the other is a thing called a MOOC (massively open online course) generally themed to focus on the investigation of educational technology.…
Most of my upcoming posts are going to be on the topic of game principles for instructional design. This post reflects on my experience with simple games in our school and how this topic is going to be wildfire in the best K-12 systems very soon.…