Tag Archive for reflection

#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…

#clmooc #literacies chat by True Reformers

  What are we to do in this time of educational dysfunction, a dysfunction between authentic learning and mandated systems? +Terry Elliot asked us to respond to David Lee Finkle‘s article in the Washington Post “Teachers or ‘Quantitative Learning Gains Facilitators?’”…

#clmooc #f5f Reflection Curation Week 4

Amazing “makes” this week reflecting on our philosophies of education, making, teaching, and learning. There are so many different stories and ways to express ideas. Please review my five (seven) #f5f Find Friday’s in the presentation above, then think: What…

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,…