Pedagogical Walk and Talk

GNA Garcia, the gentlewoman scholar and one my favourite saunterers, first told me about the Henry David Thoreau’s, Walking essay. In it, Thoreau extolls the virtues of walking as a source of inspiration  and generation of knowledge and reflection. My most recent jaunt through the woods, this past Friday at noon reminded me of this… Read More »

#thoughtvectors selfie

This is my best #thoughtvector selfie. I’m trying not to overthink it. Just geting a post up so I can test the feed. I can always edit this later. Don’t be afraid, they say. I think if @scottlo can get over it, so can I. My cat liked this selfie activity so much, she wanted… Read More »

Connect 2014

May 8 & 9, 2014, a new batch of spotlight speakers inspired, shared, learned, and connected with over 1500 attendees Rocking #canedu14 with @dkuropatwa @datruss @thecleversheep @wrightsroom @zbpipe pic.twitter.com/rYqa8L3u9G — Valerie Irvine (@_valeriei) May 8, 2014 Here’s a quick summary of the sessions I attended: Werewolves of Learning, by University of Toronto professor, Steve Joordens… Read More »