Tag Archives: TeacherlyThoughts

Aperture & Open & Creativity

Awhile back, a post of mine took off in wild wonderful ways, and I did plan on a follow-up post on all the workshoppery. But then a lot of travel for work happened and this post sat in my drafts … Continue reading

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Robot Tasks & Creative Brains

When I first started teaching online, I kept an on-going document of my most common responses to students. At the time, I felt like the worst teacher ever. My inner writer wanted to personalize every single message to students to … Continue reading

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Disasters & Bicycles

“Stop asking how technology can help you teach and start asking how technology should change how you teach.” ~Mike Caulfield, shadow syllabus for T&L 521 “Renewable assignments also imply a shift in faculty thinking from “grading” to “editing.” For each … Continue reading

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As I walk through this wiki-world

The screenshot above is from the last composition course that I taught: English 102: Composition II spring quarter 2013.  This was an Honors course at my college, so I tried to take my standard curriculum and create self-directed assignments. Our … Continue reading

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