Monthly Archives: April 2011


I just responded to JJ’s comment about my AR submission to Life Eroding, wherein I think his project is a great example of authentic assessment. A real life project, real life consequences and real life connections. Now I see that Martha Burtis has posted about DS106 authenticity, where students are concerned that their work is… Read More »

Life Eroding

As per @cogdog’s moving tribute and prompt, I am playing along with the crowdsourced Augmented Reality music video project, which will be produced by a class of 20 students on the Tokyo campus of Temple University. Life Eroding The sorrow I am trying to convey is about the erosion of childhood; both through the passage… Read More »


Whoah, @cogdog blew up all our blogs (I am so honoured!) But like my comment when Jim Groom tried to annihilate his network, we are not so easily stopped. It was a busy Easter weekend around here. Again I feel like I missed so much LIVE #ds106radio and #ds106tv activity. I did manage to catch… Read More »

DS106Radio Memory Lane

This is your brain on DS106Radio: Actually, the image was requisitioned by Dr.Rutherford and Dr.Figg for their upcoming teacher education presentation. They wanted an image to represent the 21st century teacher. I figure a 21st century teacher is focused on the learner and so that’s why I did that brain in the cloud. My inspiration,… Read More »

I want a Spotless Mind

Is it better to forget? Or remember? Does it make a difference? Would it all turn out the same? If I had an eraser I’d remove the part of my brain that decided to…