Song was written collaboratively in some of my favorite online spaces. #clmooc and #ds106
In this episode I continie @mrkndvs disucssion of what does digital mindullness mean. In the last step I foucsed too much on unplugging and Aaron cam back and asked what does it mean to be mindful when you stay online.
In this episode I consider if we should still be using a Reader’s Workshop model in our classroom
On this episode we’re joined by Anil Dash and Allison Esposito. Anil is CEO of Glitch, a friendly community where developers build the app of their dreams. Allison founded Tech Ladies, a community that connects women with the best jobs in tech.
We reminisce about the good ol’ days of IRC, Friendster, AIM, and MySpace. A lot has changed since then, yet they continue to exhibit some of the same dynamics and challenges of today’s massive social networks. We also talk about the challenges of building a healthy community on the internet in a time when careers and reputations can be destroyed in an instant. Of course, we’ll also cover some of our favorite products that you might not know about.
In this episode of 2toPonder I discuss the roles of collaborations and groups.
Like mud in the early spring all my classes begin with students writing one paragraph blog posts. In this https://archive.jgregorymcverry.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/writewhatEpisode3-91618-9.14-AM.mp3
featured image: mud flickr photo by Nick Saltmarsh shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license
In this episode we apply James Paul Gee’s Circuit of Reflective Activity to the idea of Community is the Curriculum.
Gee, J. P. (2013). The anti-education era: Creating smarter students through digital learni…