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Entry 054 for Saturday June 6, 2020

So, not exactly fitting the title, but my brain works this way, so….

The core questions:

Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions.

  1. What did you do today? Processing and uploading of that ~4 hour #TI4022 course video took a big chunk of the morning; recorded my week one intro video (embedded below) and wrote my week one assignment What is Creative Commons? for the CC Certificate Course for Educators; I also created an audio narration of the blog post and posted that to SoundCloud; the new Wacom Intuos S (non-bluetooth) arrived; some review of student assignments and some rest.
  2. What did you enjoy? I ordered the Wacom tablet after talking with my colleague Gerardo. I want to use it for classes as well as perhaps some #TechEduTips videos. I was also curious if our children would get curious and start playing with it. Well they did. Adrián has been experimenting with drawing tools and Alejandra more on the photo editing options with the tablet. Looks like a good choice of tool.
  3. What did you find difficult? Creating that assignment took a long time. I should probably have covered some more about the “Eldred vs Ashcroft” case to lead into the creation of Creative Commons but I was focusing more on my own view of the story and my use of CC. We’ll see if my facilitator likes it. I want to be creative but also focus on meeting the rubric scores to get that 90% minimum to pass.
  4. What has changed? I’m now in student mode again with this certificate course and this was my first “non covid19” blog post since the post on Homemade Salsa post if my calculations are correct.

Featured Image Credit

This screen capture is from my podcast episode with Howard Rheinggold which you can find at: https://podcasts.flippedlearning.org/askthefln/podcast/episode-042-howard-rheingold/

Screen capture from my podcast recording with Howard Rheingold in 2019
“Ken and Howard Rheingold” flickr photo by kenbauer https://flickr.com/photos/ken_bauer/49679574701 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license

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