Daily Archives: January 21, 2011

Feed it Forward: Share (#CCK11)

Hi. I am writing because I have interacted with a fellow participant of the #CCK11 course, Connectivism and Connected Knowledge 2011. I immediately recognized connectivism as a learning theory that suited my personal learning habits. I am a self-directed, autonomous … Continue reading

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To Be Or Not To Be: Time To Teach Teens

Below, you will recognize Hamlet’s famous soliloquy (3.1), from William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”. How did I use it for a 55 minute class with 3 teens? First, the part of the soliloquy that I used: To be or not to be, … Continue reading

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Day Five: Reflecting (#CCK 11)

Hi. I’m thinking, or better said, reflecting on #CCK11. Now, I’m actually alone in the house (incredible but true), it’s late afternoon, a nice cool breeze is blowing gently through my window, and my gaze has come to rest on … Continue reading

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