Tag Archives: Instructional Design

Thoughts on Open Public Art

“…what if these fading languages contain words we never realise we need.” ~Ella Frances Sanders, one my favorite illustrators who participated in the #100DayProject I just had four glorious days of being out with two friends who I enjoy sharing time … Continue reading

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Cairn by Cairn Course Design

“Have compassion for everyone you meet … You do not know what wars are going on down there, where the spirit meets the bone.” ~Lucinda Williams featured in Brain Pickings My last post about curating open educational resources went over pretty … Continue reading

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Course Curation in 5 Steps

As I fly over this deeply troubled country of ours, my thoughts are on how to best facilitate two days of workshops. I’m going to get bloggy with it because I need to document how I’m trying to improve an … Continue reading

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The Right Kind Of Eyes

Over the last couple of weeks, I traveled 8, 496 miles by foot, by plane, by car, by thoughts and dreams. I’ve moved into a new role where I travel to do workshops, and I’ll be honest: I love working … Continue reading

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The Job Of My Dreams: A Memoir

Our work involves designing new, innovative solutions to solve the tensions between traditional academic approaches to learning and new, less traditional ones.  ~Joanne Munroe “Assessment Incognito: Design Thinking and the Studio Learning FLC”  Back in the day when I taught … Continue reading

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This is an all y’all thing

For love of cats, it’s not that big of a deal. All y’all need to chill. First of all, for those of you unfamiliar with the use of “all y’all” in the southern American dialect, let me explain. It’s a … Continue reading

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What I Found There: CXNats Sucks & Reflective Blogging

CXNats Sucks “Somehow it seems to fill my head with ideas—only I don’t know exactly what they are!” ~Alice from Through The Looking Glass and What Alice Found There So, I usually keep my twittering in check, but this morning, … Continue reading

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See my Kool-Aid mustache?

Today I worked on a presentation title and blurb for a presentation at the Assessment, Teaching, & Learning Conference. My co-presenter and I have already generated 10 pages of text and we haven’t even started talking about what we are actually … Continue reading

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