Tag Archive for reflection

CLmooc Thursday Thoughts

Thanks to everyone in #clmooc for making it still great. Charlene Doland, Lauren Zucker, Ron Leunissen, Susan Watson, Helen DeWaard,Kevin Hodgson, Sarah Honeychurch, Kim Douillard. This Make Cycle 3 is Doodling, with a Twitter Chat todayThursday, August 3 at 7p ET/4p PT/11pm UTC with the…

#clmooc Reflection Open and Not

CLmooc is awesome! I am so thankful for another opportunity to learn and grow and share with others who look forward to the possible, however adjacent it may be. Reflection: Some things were different and disappointing, but mostly CLmooc helped…

#clmooc Adjacent Possible and Embodied Learning

Adjacent Possible, Embodied Learning,  and Verbal Learning: Connected Learning Principles and Values  Reflection inspired by Terry Elliott Note: Connected Learning Principles ConnectedLearning_report.pdf. (n.d.). Retrieved July 7, 2014, from http://dmlhub.net/sites/default/files/ConnectedLearning_report.pdf Interest Powered “When a subject is personally interesting and relevant, learners achieve…

#clmooc Play is the game

Play / Collaboration Play is the game, and collaboration is the strategy. Mindshift’s Jordan Shapiro article reiterates this: Play is useful because it simulates real life experience — physical, emotional, and/or intellectual — in a safe, iterative and social environment, not…

#edcampspokane reflection

On Friday, February 28th, I attended the pre-event for #edcampspokane during which I met the most welcoming and excited organizers, all ready for the big day, March 1st. One of my peeps, Theresa Allen, suggested I attend ready with links…

#clmooc Dig that Data

  #clmooc Dig that Data Blog Posts CampNaNoWriMo: My work in #clmooc was enough to earn WINNER for 15,500 words –read or written! Gathering Data CONNECTIONS Connections Google Plus-n Tweets 178 #clmooc Chats – 4 #literacies Hangouts/Webinars connectedlearning.tv 2 Participant Hangout…

Why I Teach #whyiteach

Twenty-seven years ago, after a wonderful lab school experience with plenty of practical experience at Eastern Washington University, I ventured into my own classroom to teach the subjects required in projects filled with language learning. I felt confident and competent,…