100 Days

Entry 067 for Friday June 19, 2020

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? Today is 100 days since the WHO declared Covid-19 a pandemic; it is also Juneteenth in the USA; I took the morning off work; #educoffee with computer science professor colleague Pablo from Ecuador and the afternoon session with my student Jorge; a chat with my #TI2011 student Iván; a call with three academic coordinators from Inacap in Santiago, Chile; update on the status of Tec going forward in the fall semester from David Garza, Juan Pablo Murra and others, we will implement “HyFlex+ Tec”; another excellent hands on session for #TI4022; I announced three videos (Trello, Slack, and Google Meet) for #TechEduTips that were actually recorded and released on Thursday for my webinar.
  2. What did you enjoy? The #TI4022 was very active and hands-on. I really am so happy to have been working with Roberto on this course this semester. I am indeed learning much and am able to feel that my knowledge is contributing to the learning as well.
  3. What did you find difficult? Today is also #Juneteenth in the USA in a year where we truly hope more is done for us to truly believe that Black Lives Matter. I wish that would could put this in the change category soon as change truly needs to happen in that country and around the world.
  4. What has changed? The semester in August will start online. That was declared and made public, now to find out how the rest of the semester plays out.

Featured Image Credit

The number 100 created with Skittles candies.
“#100/365” flickr photo by Nuwandalice https://flickr.com/photos/nuwandalice/4508896512 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND) license

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