Monthly Archives: January 2011

Art of Listening

Two weeks ago, if you asked me my opinion about synchronous learning tools I would probably roll my eyes and scrunch my nose as if smelling something very distasteful. Ugh, Elluminate needs Java, it’s a tech support headache. Students like flexibility and it’s a bit narcissitic of the prof to think that all the learning… Read More »

Newspaper Blackout Poetry

The educators I follow on twitter have seemingly endless bounds of creativity.  Their incredible work has inspired me to participate, at least briefly in @jimgroom‘s #ds106. First there was the remix of Gardner Campbell’s Bag of Gold, then it was amazing digital story telling: Until that Moment, and now, #ds106 radio. All have been really… Read More »