I finished the Warhol MOOC in Coursera, which unfortunately ended with me having to evaluate three student essays, a job I detested for pay, so was not happy about doing for free. Well, not totally unhappy either, since they use… Read More ›
Read the interesting post from Gardner Campbell here: http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/?p=2239&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=understanding-and-learning-outcomes Yet something is deeply amiss, in my view. As we seek to perfect the language and institutionalization of a culture of “learning outcomes,” it seems we are necessarily moving toward a… Read More ›
Taking this little break from the usual technology & teaching for a different kind of teaching moment: Stage IV women r strangely quiet. Will you #talkpink or allow @Kohls @SusanGKomen to run rough shod over @metavivor pic.twitter.com/A4lWwQ2dDX — The Sarcastic… Read More ›
Something Different: Banana-filled Croissants with Brandy-Banana Sauce (Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow)
Not really technology or teaching unless you are teaching a Cooking with Literature course. Making more banana croissants. Thanks v. much, Pynchon, for idea. Forwent the brandy. It's 9. http://t.co/73ftVRRVBe pic.twitter.com/YQNAi9b93d — dishy (@dishyliterature) February 4, 2014 Read more at… Read More ›
As teachers, we sometimes get tired of hearing our own voices. That’s why we show movies, bring in guest speakers, and encourage discussion. Plus, we want to bring in other views in order to provide alternative perspectives. Otherwise, we’re just… Read More ›
The first half of my reflection on the ELI Spring Focus Session on MOOCs.