@jonbecker @bonstewart Lately, my spam tells me I'm not so good. So that's a change, I guess. in reply to jonbecker # People make texts, people. People just like you. Don't give a book authority it doesn't have just because it's a book. Or a website. Etc. # You can totally buy your Facebook popularity. […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-09-26
I’m taking a break from writing up the implications portion of my thesis by coming over here to write some more. I’m beginning to get to the place in my research that I have some definite things to say about what I found out. But I’m having some trouble saying them. Not because I know […]Read More Ruminations on Implications: Notes from the Thesis
I love the guitar. And James Taylor is masterful with one. But his new “guitar lessons” are a good reminder of a few things: They might not be “teaching.” He’s showing what he does. Modeling of a sort. But you can’t find the value in something like that until you have some knowledge of what […]Read More Guitar Lessons. But What's A Lesson?
@elemenous I'm going to miss your session today – catching up on my thesis – but have fun and enjoy Boulder. in reply to elemenous # Brilliant. Google Docs now has comment-only access. Keeps getting better. http://t.co/KM4oxAd # @coolcatteacher While you're pointing people to the NRP, please also point them to rebuttals. Here's one. http://t.co/1RrePvv […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-09-19
I took a quick peek at the Mozilla Open Badges project a little while back, and liked what I saw. It’s cialis professional an attempt to create an open infrastructure for badges around the Web. I like the technical pieces that allow anyone to offer any badge to anyone else in a consistent way. It […]Read More Digging Out My Sash
Lawn mown. Bills paid. Laundry in progress. No excuses – I'm going to have to get back to the lit review. # @MrChase You write a blog post every day. That scares the hell out of me. Go get 'em. Intimidation's relative. in reply to MrChase # @bonstewart I hope he has a fine first […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-09-12
September 12th. That’s the day everything changed.1 A few weeks previously, I had begun my teaching career as a graduate student teaching freshman composition in room 110 of the Natural Resources Building at Colorado State University. I remember room 110 very well because it was where, six years previously, I took my first English class […]Read More September 12th, 2001. A Wednesday.
On Thursday night, I was helping to introduce the concept of teacher research to a group of teachers in my school district. And it happened. The thing that often happens when you introduce qualitative methodology. We read a sample teacher research study that Michelle and I are fond of. I like the study, a short […]Read More What Counts
@L_Hilt Go into your Google account settings. Enable multiple sign on. Then just switch back and forth from your name in the title bar. in reply to L_Hilt # @L_Hilt Alternatively, if your browser supports a private mode, you may still be able to login to the second account in a private tab. in reply […]Read More The Week in Tweets for 2011-09-05
Tonight, we kicked off the first team leader meeting of the year for the new cohort of the Digital Learning Collaborative. The DLC, if you didn’t know, is a two-year professional development program we’re in our third year of developing. Year one is a year for personal and professional learning. Year two, which we’ll kickoff […]Read More A Year of Learning