Monthly Archives: February 2015
Making Meaning Makes Me
Listen to the author reading this blog post. I am what I make! I make sounds, movement, shapes, text, and things. I am a shaper and maker, tinkerer and creator in the physical space where I exist and in the … Continue reading
My Voice and My Choice
My voice represents me. When I record my voice and listen to the audio file, I am given an alternative view of my-self. How I sound to others is not always the way I think I sound. Over the past few weeks … Continue reading
My personalized learning
My personal journey into the ‘MOOC’osphere and personalized learning happened in two ways at once. I’m participating in a free, online course offered through ISTE and also participating in an online book club where we are reading and discussing Personalized learning: A … Continue reading
Registration not required!
When passionate learners gather together, registration is not required. Participation and interest are essential. A commitment to self-renewal is critical. But registration is not required – just drop-in and learn. #moocmooc and ‘the hole in the wall‘ are examples. Casual learning, as … Continue reading
Agent of change in six feet of snow!
Listen to a recording of this blog post as you read. It’s difficult to be an anarchist in six feet of snow! As I shovelled and wrangled with the snowblower this past weekend I thought I’d be a bit anarchistic … Continue reading
Agency – Give or Take?
Alternate title: Sit long, listen hard, talk lots! The ownership and authorship of agency was a challenge for me this past week. It has caused me to read and reflect, reread and revisit readings. I lurked and listened in digital … Continue reading