Daily Archives: February 12, 2011

Connectivist Song of Love: Words on Walls #CCK11 #ELTchat

What’s your song? You know what I’m talking about. Your song. The song that lives inside of you. The song that you sing secretly when nobody is listening. The song you sing in the shower. The song that you know … Continue reading

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Connectivist Word Walls: Show and Tell #CCK11 #ELTchat

Hi everyone. Today’s connectivist writing lesson is called “Show and tell”. Sometimes, no matter how much you refine and plan your words, well, at times, words alone just don’t work. So, what do you do? Show and tell. Show what … Continue reading

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A Connectivist Writing Lesson: Words on Walls #CCK11 #ELtchat

Words on walls surround, Words on walls connect, Words on walls embrace, Words on walls bound, Words on walls elect, Words on walls face, Words on walls found, Words on walls – lovely. Friends of mine, these words To be … Continue reading

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Goal 10: Plant A Seed of Belief #30Goals: The Little Drummer Boy

I just watched Shell Terrell on an amazing video for this Goal, number 10. I admit that it was very touching, and inspiring, to hear her testimony of what faith could do, can do, and has done, not only for … Continue reading

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#CCK11 – The Connectivist Writes: A Jig-Saw Creative Writing Lesson #ELTchat

Our journey begins. Are you ready? The first step, for some, is the hardest step of all. The most difficult step. Are you thinking, what I think you are thinking? You see, I’m thinking, that you are thinking, that I’m … Continue reading

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You Don’t Speak English like a Native?: Discrimination Against All Non-Native English Speakers – Not Only Teachers – Everyone!

Ladies and gentlemen, there are sometimes when we fail to grasp the dimensions of discrimination, because we are too busy, too concerned with our own problems, to notice the pain and suffering of our less fortunate brothers and sisters. In … Continue reading

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#CCK11 – 11 Minutes of Radio DS106: How Did We Get Here? #ELTchat

Today we look at the path to arrive at where connectivism theory is at today. Before going further, I want to take full responsibility for any inaccuracy, omissions, or errors in the notes that follow. They represent my own imperfect … Continue reading

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