Category Archives: Talking

What’s Your Story?

Any time someone asks this question, it requires some deep thinking and honest reflection. It’s not always an easy question to answer. My students struggle with this question each year in the course that I teach. It’s dependant, in part, … Continue reading

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Why I listen – your voice is compelling

I listen because your words compel me. I listen because your voice enriches my life. As you share your voice, through text, words, images, voice recordings or videos you add depth and meaning to what it means to be human. I … Continue reading

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A bit after BIT16 – reflections from a cave

The annual Educational Computing Organization of Ontario conference has just ended with echoes of many voices ringing and events resonating in my mind. There may be many blog posts that come from this ‘reflection-on-action’ since those who attended can certainly say … Continue reading

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Radical Doubt and Digital Identity – “Dubito, ergo cogito, ergo sum”

I am! I exist! My digital self is me! Do I doubt about digital identity or about myself? Absolutely. What do I really know about my digital self? As I reflect on digital identity and digital citizenship, I’m waxing philosophical. … Continue reading

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It’s Not about Raising My Average

“We are each the average of the people we hang out with and the experiences we choose.” Seth Godin, June 13, 2016. (Seth’s Blog) When I really think about it, my average is, well …., it’s average. It’s not in … Continue reading

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