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The #clmooc Summer Camp ends. Always, we don’t want the fun to end, and we don’t want to say Good-byes. But we know the day is coming for hugs and moving on. Moving on, rather than letting go, means to carry Continue reading #clmooc Summer Camp ends Saturday
Thank you again to the participants and facilitators of #clmooc. It’s been a connective, reflective, detective adventure. I appreciate the feedback conversations and tips to move from failure to success, and I hope I have helped others. This has been Continue reading Curate Annotate Future #clmooc Final Make
Thanks to #clmooc facilitators and participants for an amazing adventure that will likely keep rolling. One future idea I have is to create a space that will be a hub for connected learners to find and share projects. Here’s my Continue reading #clmooc #f5f Future
Writing. It’s thinking. It’s planning. It’s research. It’s design. It’s everything about being a digital learner, and more for connected learners. If you aren’t sure what that means, visit the National Writing Project’s Digital Is community, DML’s Connected Learning site, Continue reading Writing Today #clmooc in the future
Design your own — here’s mine, where’s yours? See Kevin Hodgson’s here.
What an honor! Liebster (sweetheart / beloved — we love blogging) Blog Award! Thank you Laura Coughlin at Love::Teaching for sharing this fun award. I see this as an award that recognizes the uniqueness of “smaller” bloggers — those with Continue reading Liebster: Discover New Blogs
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?’” Continue reading #clmooc #literacies chat by True Reformers
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 Continue reading #clmooc #f5f Reflection Curation Week 4
Thanks to Anna Smith for helping me think about this… Why publish a credo? I’ve found, if I can articulate what I believe, what I understand , I am better able to ask questions and consider other ideas. I Continue reading #clmooc Why a credo? Cycle 4 reflection
What do you believe? That’s the question / make this week for our #clmooc. I was honored to participate in the Hangout on Monday with an amazing group of educators. The Make With Me hangout discussed credos, featuring +TERRY ELLIOTT +Chris Lawrence +Chad Continue reading Credo I believe… #clmooc #teachtheweb
#clmooc Week 3 Reflections How is what you create driven by your interests? Since this is voluntary learning, it’s all based on interests; I have no preconception or grade to concern me. I love being inspired by those who jump Continue reading #etmooc #clmooc Week 3 Reflection #f5f
Time flies. It’s really July 5, so I’m a week behind. But these are people I connected with and learned from. I apologize for the short review — but you can check out the links to learn more: #clmooc Facilitators: Continue reading #F5F #ff June 28 #clmooc What Else to Learn?
Did you attend the Writing as Making / Making as Writing event? List of Hangout Participants Elyse Eidman-Aadahl – National Writing Project Nichole Pinkard – Digital Youth Network Bud Hunt – Colorado State University Writing Project Andrew Sliwinski – DIY.org Jeff Brazil – Digital Media and Continue reading #clmooc Writing is Making
Week 2 of #clmooc is #toyhack provided us with a chance to hack something tangible and familiar. Its purpose was to help us stretch out to experience “the make.” In the Twitter Chat, Joe Dillon reminded us that we are “developing Continue reading #clmooc #toyhack Being Yourself