Audio Book flickr photo shared CC by The Preiser Project It’s been so long since I wrote in this space, it’s a hole too deep to climb out. I won’t try to catch up today. But this post concerns an ongoing digital storymaking seminar called the You Show. If you want to know more about […]Read more "Sound stories"
As we were preparing from our homes on opposite sides of Canada to head off for New York City, my buddy Grant Potter sent me this video by The Town Heroes: It turned out to be almost prophetic, as much of my week was spent with Grant and we gawked around NYC like a similar […]Read more "Room for you… don’t call it a New York City tour diary"
creative commons licensed ( BY-SA ) flickr photo shared by Sylvia Currie I’ve been scrambling this week to gather my forces coming out of a rather busy month, and in advance of a trip to NYC next week. So this will not even attempt to recap the experience of hosting CNIE here at TRU last […]Read more "CNIE was a hoot and a howl"
I’ve been woefully negligent on a number of blogging fronts. None more so than concerning next month’s Canadian Network for Innovation in Education Conference here at TRU – May 13-16. A few of the many reasons I am looking forward to this conference: A strong program highlighting many gifted and passionate presenters. Some fantastic experiential […]Read more "There’s still time to join us at CNIE!"
Happened to look in on a blog for a course on Philosophy and Pop Culture at TRU. Saw a post that I thought was remarkable for a couple reasons. A student had just posted some fresh reflections, though the course was over. He wrote: “I know that I no longer need to create new posts, […]Read more "Everyday open learning so unremarkable that it amazes me"