Tag Archives: #moocmooc

It’s a Scarf!

I’ve been on holiday, spending time with family and friends. During this time the conversations turn to technology, as it often does when I’m around. I tried to explain what I’ve been doing and describe the people I’ve shared my time … Continue reading

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The ‘Distributed Play-Doh’ Effect

I’ve been taking some time to look back to look forward. This is important to do from time to time. While watching the recording of the final Google Hangout held for the #MOOCMOOC from Hybrid Pedagogy, the idea of ‘distributed play-doh’ was … Continue reading

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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

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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

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My Hysterical Performance

I’m a teacher and a woman, so I’m open to passionate conversations. I teach with intensity and focus. This week’s #moocmooc discussion relates to feminist perspectives in critical pedagogies. Nick Kearney’s comment to Lee Skallerup Bessette’s blog post Pedagogies of Care: A … Continue reading

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