Yo #rhizo15 #ccourses #hpj101 ppl – who is up for some creative connecting and making w #clmooc? Sign up here: http://clmooc.educatorinnovator.org/2015/
@JaneDavis13 I stepped on a few #connectedlearning #mooc groupie toes this time! #rhizo15 #rhizo14 #clmooc #ccourses #dmlcommons #moocmooc
Source: idreflections.blogspot.ca Working out loud is a learning practice for every age and every level of knowing. See on Scoop.it – CLMOOC
My theory of educational technology is quite simple: go ‘outside’ and turn over rocks. In other words have a spirit of play as you explore. And that exploration can be for as little or as much a… Source: impedagogy.com Thinglink is a very handy tool that is like that handbag Hermione had in Harry Potter. Bottomless-ish. … Continue reading Messing About With Thinglink →
El pasado miércoles 20 de mayo participé, en esta ocasión como ponente, en uno de los seminarios virtuales (los llamados #webinarsUNIA) que venimos organizando desde el Área de Innovación (Vicerrectorado de Campus Tecnológico) de la Universidad Internacional de Andalucía. En la actividad, a la que se incribieron en torno a un centenar de personas, procedentes La entrada Impartido seminario online sobre Gráficas, Infografías y…
This week I enjoyed dissecting the term “emerging technologies” and building my understanding of how this term is being used not only in an educational context but in the broader context of the technology and business world. I realized that emerging technologies are significantly impacting how we think about technology and how we adapt new […]
I’ve been a tinkerer and a maker all my life so I was literally counting down the days to this course! I remember my grandparents and parents always making, building, creating, and tinkering; growing up in a small island community, this was just our normal way of life. The idea of community and educational makerspaces […]
Are you looking to use @Wordpress and #FeedWordPress for your #CCourses ? Check out this video from @cogdog https://youtu.be/aYh6VTLrLSE
Thank you #ccourses @MiaZamoraPhD et al https://twitter.com/jessifer/status/602469577914626048 …
Hybridmoocs. #rhizo15 #moocmooc #ccourses #ds106 #rhizospeare t’is not the end of road, ’tis merely a fork. https://twitter.com/jessifer/status/602513751745568771 …
The Beauty of an Even Playing Field As Ty Kiisel points out here, humans tend to judge and get judged, consciously, or unconsciously, by our appearances. He references this article by Aaron Gouveia, citing research that our appea…
Essential Question: How do we define Emerging Technologies? I often hear (and use) the terms new and emerging technology and I believe that there is a distinction between both terms. I think of new technologies as the “first of its kind” or new ideas or areas of studying technology and its uses. For me, the term […]
Click here to explore the interactive maps created by Futures Initiative Scholars and Fellows throughout the many classes of the Mapping the Futures of Higher Education course co-taught by Futures Initiative Director Cathy Davidson and Graduate…
For my mapping project this semester I thought it would be very useful to find out where Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), City University of New York (CUNY), e-learning students actually live. Are they in the five boroughs of New York City or do they actually live throughout the state and the country? Only […]
39,430,257.6936 pounds. That’s how much rain fell on our 43.5 acres this last week. How many water molecules is that? 50,505 moles/ton of water 995,712,582 moles on our farm … Source: impedagogy.com And what does all that quantifying tell us? Jack to the effing umpteenth power. – See more at: http://impedagogy.com/wp/blog/2015/05/22/the-rain-it-pounds-down-to-the-effing-umpteenth-power-a-poem-for-love-and-against-numbers/#sthash.EM6GG9mA.dpuf See on … Continue reading The Rain, It Pounds Down to…
Places to hack your code…
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I have been creating a series of mashup responses to Nick Sousanis’ grand vision of the world, his graphic dissertation, Unflattening. He and Kevin Hodgson and I have been tweeting back and forth … Source: impedagogy.com This is not just close reading: this is macro reading. And we can think this together with Thinglink. What I … Continue reading Breathing with Another’s Eyes: Thinklinking with…
I have been creating a series of mashup responses to Nick Sousanis’ grand vision of the world, his graphic dissertation, Unflattening. He and Kevin Hodgson and I have been tweeting back and forth about some of his other illustration and writing including a marvelous collection called Possibilities, some of which you can see here. One of … Continue reading Breathing with Another’s Eyes: Thinklinking with…
#CCourses throwback from last summer. Great group of people. We should do this again soon http://youtu.be/aE5YobIluy8 We miss you @jimgroom
Essential reading: “we must all learn how to read, write and participate on the web.” @VCU_FI #vcuqep #ccourses https://twitter.com/twoodwar/status/601368727267971072 …
Essential Question: Do you believe Constructionism brings any new ideas to the table as a theory of education? Why or Why not? I found that I have a lot of questions about Constructionism while I was trying to think about how this theory changes or adds to what we understand and believe about education. Constructionism […]
This semester the inaugural “Mapping the Futures” course co-taught by Professors Cathy Davidson and William Kelly, linked our undergraduate courses throughout CUNY to our pedagogical graduate class. This course epitomized the essence of student-centered learning from the first day of class when Professors Davidson and Kelly introduced themselves and left the classroom to let the […]
I’ve been thinking about Planet Money’s recent podcasts about the automation of work, and especially about the episode on the Ziosk tablet making its way into restaurants. The Ziosk, in essence, is an extension of the point-of-service system right to your table – you can order appetizers, drink refills, and desserts, pay your bill, and … Continue reading John at the bar is a…
What is Rhizo: A Culinary & Oceanographic MetaphorRhizomatic Learning is a grass-covered archipelago, each isle an atoll dotted with a series of chocolate lava cakes and connected by ocean waves.Each cake emits a unique signal, and is able to…
Picture this: 50-75 undergraduate students of various majors wandering through Richmond’s Hollywood Cemetery with iPads and laptops, smartphones, and clipboards vigorously taking notes and talking to each other about what they see. Conversations about flora and fauna, dates and names on the tombstones, architecture and structure of the ironwork abound. Another student notices a piece of […]
This has been an interesting year in the MOOC discussion realm, with everything from MOOC 4.0 to arguments about who controls the conversation about MOOC research. But a strain that has always seem… Source: www.edugeekjournal.com We’re here. We’re fearless. We’re failure free. CLMOOC Now here’s the big question this article raises: “What does it … Continue reading Metamodernist Instructional Design and the False…
Well we’re crossing the pond! Here are some very excited faces at the unreal hour of 6am… on the way to Heathrow Airport. It is hard to describe the excitement that everyone feels. Last night I was skyping these guys, as I have been in Arizona for two days. I’ve been recording sounds, clearing my […] The post Leaving on a jet plane! #Musiqulity…
Leaving on a jet plane… to California! a #Musiquality blog update: http://wp.me/p4Ng5z-om #dplitcomp #ccourses
Join us on http://bit.ly/TDOXZk as we talk about ways to take #ccourses and Open Web learning in K12 classrooms #literacies NOW
LMS NIHILISM … but with lots of STUDENT WEB PUBLISHING OPTIMISM! https://plus.google.com/+LauraGibbs/posts/6jopzNBWg2s … #OpenTeachingOU @xplanarob #Rhizo15 #ccourses
mT @Bali_Maha: New @EdConteXts! Brilliant frm @yinbk diversity, accessibility&inclusivity http://edcontexts.org/diversity/theres-a-place-for-us/ … #rhizo15 #ccourses #hpj101
Photos, videos and inspiring stories from USC Rossier School of Education’s 2015 graduation reception and ceremony.
“This course should be undertaken as an experimental, collaborative, and hopefully thrilling intellectual adventure into the processes of meaning-making in our lives,” my syllabus advised students at the beginning of the spring 2015 semester. This past semester I taught 23 Queens College students in “Introduction to Narrative,” a course taken primarily by non-humanities majors in […]
RT @Todd_Conaway: hi #ds106 & #edchat & #ccourses. Looking for a retweet. To win a Lamborghini. [pic] http://gsch.se/p/e1id #mtech15
hi #ds106 and #edchat and #ccourses. I am looking for a retweet. To win a Lamborghini. [pic] http://gsch.se/p/e1id #mtech15
New on @EdConteXts! Brilliant post from @yinbk on diversity, accessibility & inclusivity http://edcontexts.org/diversity/theres-a-place-for-us/ … #rhizo15 #ccourses #hpj101
I am working with Dr. Steve Berg and his class in sharing Nick Sousanis’ book Unflattening. They have created a tremendous portal for all aspects of the book including reviews, background resource… Source: impedagogy.com See on Scoop.it – RandomFactoids
Hello All, This a map of my chemistry students’ future goals and career choices. The idea for this map was chosen to motivate the students to do well in chemistry and to keep pushing toward their goals. Many students enter the classroom with great concerns about not doing well in chemistry. Many of those concerns stem […]
“This course should be undertaken as an experimental, collaborative, and hopefully thrilling intellectual adventure into the processes of meaning-making in our lives,” my syllabus advised students at the beginning of the spring 2015 semester. This past semester I taught 23 Queens College students in “Introduction to Narrative,” a course taken primarily by non-humanities majors in order to fulfill their writing requirement. I identified several…
…Higher Education. Why the Shakespeare reference in my title? England is on my mind lately thanks to Kate Bowles’ recent beautiful post on the mystery of Stonehenge and it’s analogy to the monolithic presence of institutions of higher education. I will come back to Kate’s thoughts and explain where I see intersections with education research, but for some framing of […]
USC Rossier is hosting a free, online screening of ‘Road to TEACH’ — a documentary that follows three students’ journey to answer the question “What does it mean to teach?”
SCENE 4 : He is playing basket ball using math symbols while thinking about his grades in math “F”.
@dogtrax u do realize u and @telliowkuwp ARE. The intersection of my worlds? I only ever joined #clmooc #ccourses coz u were there!
This is a draft. It is only a draft. Beeeeppp! Source: www.youtube.com Watch Christina Cantrill’s happy dancing teaser for a summer’s blast off of all things connecting, creating, making it real. It’s a happ’nin’ blast. You come, too, to #clmooc. See on Scoop.it – Rhizomatic Learning for Dummies
On Friday, May 15, I had the pleasure of hooding Dr. Yehyun (Hannah) An during the 2015 Graduate Commencement Ceremony in Cassell Coliseum. The video below (taken through Google Glass) provides a unique faculty perspective of the event that includes the moment I hood Hannah. This year Prof. Charles Nichols composed Commencement Address, for double brass quintet, […]
Informal Learning: New Challenges for Designers and Educators http://blog.aace.org/2015/02/06/informal-learning/ … #rhizo15 #ccourses when formal get’s informal?
#ccourses, #rhizo15 #onl151 #dmlcommons could anyone suggest me (effective) tools for ‘curation’? thx!
#ccourses, #rhizo15 #onl151 #dmlcommons Please tools for community analysis/monitoring/building required. info very much appreciated!
Part two of a multimodal, unsanctioned translation of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening. This being the conclusion to Chaper One.
Part two of a multimodal, unsanctioned translation of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening. This being the conclusion to Chaper One.
This ‘Need-to-Know’ blog post series features noteworthy stories that speak of need-to-know developments within higher education and K-12 that have the potential to influence, challenge and/or transform traditional education as we know it. 1) EDUCAUSE releases paper “Next Generation Digital … Continue reading →
I just got back from out of town with so much to catch up on that I am not even sure where to start — and I’m sharing this with #Rhizo15 too as a promise to get caught up there soon!First of all, though, I wanted to share this fun interview with Howard Rheingold along with a BIG THANKS to Howard for giving me…
@dogtrax Or #moocers for all the #connectedlearning #mooc groupies #rhizo15 #rhizo14 #clmooc #ccourses #dmlcommons #moocmooc
English 92 E.M. Gabay In class essay Spring 2015 Option A: In Yudit Yago-Jung’s narrative “Growing Up in Germany: After the War, After Hitler, ‘Afterward’” she discusses many forces that shaped and influenced her identity throughout the years. In a well-developed, organized and clearly written essay explain and discuss which forces had […]
I savored every moment of the first ALTFest at Virginia Commonwealth University this week. From the first afternoon’s “unconference” ALTCamp to the final showcase lunch, opportunities for interaction, experimentation and engagement abounded. Indeed after Mimi Ito’s wonderfully interactive keynote there were so many synchronous sessions and activities; my only complaint is that I couldn’t take […]
Anybody have the sense there are #connectedlearning #mooc groupies? #rhizo15 #rhizo14 #clmooc #ccourses #dmlcommons #moocmooc
Eric Gulotty is an MAT student at the USC Rossier School of Education and is graduating this May 2015. Gulotty is currently living in Taipei, Taiwan and teaching world history, geography, government and politics and economics at the Hsinchu International School. Below, Gulotty shares his experiences in the USC Rossier program, why he decided to pursue a teaching career and what the future holds…
I discovered this book via #rhizo15. Thanks. I know that the comments swamp the content in the image below–noise flattening the signal–so read his text first. Better yet, buy the book. ‘Tis wort… Source: impedagogy.com Critique of non-rhizomatic learning? We shall see. See on Scoop.it – Rhizomatic Learning for Dummies
@cogdog @jimgroom @hrheingold inspired the effort #Ccourses #DMLCommons @mimikocruz @jMac029 @tara
@nickkearney took me a whole semester to respond to your comment on silence and dialogue http://mdvfunes.com/2015/05/15/thoughtvectors-the-quiet-mooc/ … #thoughtvectors #ccourses
Be the first one on your virtual block to sign up for this summer’s #clmooc experience: fun times http://clmooc.educatorinnovator.org/2015/ #ccourses #rhizo15
This week take a critical look at the rhizomatic approach. Are we just replacing one authority structure with another? Trading tradition for community? What does this mean in our classroom? How can this get us into trouble? What are the ethical implications of creating a ‘community’ for learning? Community as conformity? (Dave Cormier question for Rhizo15)In its becoming, my response to the community and…
@sullivanclaudia @mimikocruz @jMac029 @tara Kudos, Claudia, your new site is gorgeous. #ccourses
#ThankYou @mimikocruz @jMac029 @tara for helping me get my website up http://ln.is/www.claudiacaro.com/aMyeG … #CCourses #DMLCommons not just for #academics
#rhizo15 please, reference for formal definitions of social/open learning and typology of learning tech needed. thanks! #ccourses #onl151
The Ground Beneath Our Feet http://bit.ly/1Fi2j74 > Essential reading about unsettled questions. #thoughtvectors #vcualtlab #ccourses
Part one of a multimodal, unsanctioned translation of Nick Sousanis’ Unflattening.
#OpenLearning & #EdTech 4 an Equitable Future – #ConnectedLearning http://connectedlearning.tv/open-learning-and-edtech-equitable-future … @kuwp #clmooc #ccourses #techquity #nwp
Connected courses: great example of designing for open…http://connectedcourses.net/ #TWP15 #CCourses
Family-style eating at Graffiato. Connected eating, says @jbecker #ccourses #thoughtvectors #vcualtfest pic.twitter.com/ES2XRU2jUO