Jeff Nugent, Joyce Kincannon and I sat down this morning to record a podcast that riffed off of our GRAD-602 class last night. We had continued our exploration of digital practices, focusing on communication and collaboration. We started last week with a Shirky quote last week on the largest increase in expressive capacity ever. Another… Read more Why Networked Learning?
Yesterday, Enoch Hale started us on a 30-Day Challenge to post an out-of-the-box question about teaching and learning each day for thirty days. I responded yesterday with a question about design and whether it was complicated or complex. My question today really dates back to a wonderful book by Tom Peters, who in 2003 published… Read more 30 Day Question Challenge – Day 2 – Hyperlinked Course
Over the past five weeks, the graduate students in my Educational Technology and School Leaders class embarked on a journey into cyberspace – a first for many of them and one for many of them as mystical as the illustration here. Five weeks ago, my students were self-described technophobes. They were worried not only about… Read more Our Class Technology Journey
It has been a busy week but I have had some enjoyable experiences. Last night, I covered Jeff Nugent’s class, Learning with Digital Media, while he was at the POD Conference. Today, I worked with the faculty of the Occupational Therapy program on instructional uses of the web. In both cases, I got to see… Read more The Interconnected Tool Set