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Congratulations Thomas! You have one of the top 1%

** Congratulations! You have one of the top 1% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012 I opened my email and began to read: “LinkedIn now has 200 million members. Thanks for playing a unique part in our community!” Interesting bit … Continue reading

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#MOOC: You Are Now A Courserian: Welcome to Coursera!

Hi Thomas Jerome Baker, Welcome to Coursera! You’ve just joined a community of hundreds of thousands of students who are taking courses, and changing the face of higher education. At Coursera, you can take courses from the top universities, for … Continue reading

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My #CCK11 Experience: #Connectivism & #Connected #Knowledge

Connectivism and Connected Knowledge: Participating in a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) [Kindle Edition] Currently, there are two ways to find out what learning in a massive, open, online course is like: One, you can participate in such a course, … Continue reading

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#CCK12: Connectivism & Connected Knowledge

The CCK12 course is well underway. Oh, what is CCK12? How does it work? Is it too late for you to join? How This Course Works Welcome to Connectivism & Connective Knowledge 2012. Your course facilitators are George Siemens and … Continue reading

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Welcome to #CCK12: Connectivism and Connected Knowledge

About This Course Connectivism and Connected Knowledge is an open online course that over 12 weeks explores the concepts of connectivism and connective knowledge and explore their application as a framework for theories of teaching and learning. Participation is open … Continue reading

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Theory, Practice & Reflection: Autonomous Professional Development

Last year I began to write this blog, in earnest, as a means of autonomous professional development. The goal was a simple but ambitious one, namely, to make myself a better teacher. I set out to do that in three … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago & #Edcamp_Delta: From Good to Great: A Look At The BC Education Plan

Why is Education Changing in BC? B.C. has a strong education system, but there is no denying that our world is changing rapidly. New jobs are constantly being created, and technology is changing the way we communicate and connect with … Continue reading

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Connected Teaching

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Educators Connected Via Social Media: What George Said

Are educators being left behind who are not connected via social media? The answer is a straight forward one: Yes. To paraphrase a comment that I noticed at RSCON3, “One teacher isn’t enough” (my quotation marks). The notion is possibly … Continue reading

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Twirlr: Do Not Share, Turn Off Your Mobile Devices

You are sitting in the audience. You have your mobile device turned on. You are ready to share. You are connected. And then comes the announcement: Turn off your mobile devices…. What do you do? To tweet or not to … Continue reading

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