Learner Selected Studios   [caption id="attachment_1410" align="aligncenter" width="300"] flickr photo by Rosaura Ochoa http://flickr.com/photos/rosauraochoa/3283888598 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license[/caption] There were requests for a Twitter studio at the #UDGAgora so I’m happy to step in to help out. Why Use Twitter I recently organized a workshop at the Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Querétaro…

[caption id="attachment_832" align="alignleft" width="360"] Courtesy of http://www.edtechspot.com/7-ways-educators-can-effectively-use-twitter/[/caption] Are you on Twitter? I’ve been using Twitter for over five years apparently but my use has picked up significantly in the last year. Twiage.com tells me my “Twitter age” to the day as seen below. I’ve been using Twitter for 5 years 4 months 21 days (since…

Background As our assignment this week for our course #augment1, I set out to experiment with some Concept Mapping tools. I am a co-learner with Howard Rheingold and about 20+ brave souls in the online class which lasts five weeks (wrapping up this next week) titled “Augmented Collective Intelligence: Theory and Practice”. Since my submissions…

An #Augment1 Post [caption id="attachment_2152" align="aligncenter" width="640"] “Collaboration” flickr photo by cogdogblog https://flickr.com/photos/cogdog/3297221742 shared into the public domain using (CC0)[/caption] As seen in my last post, I am participating as a co-learner in a course run by Howard Rheingold titled: Augmented Collective Intelligence: Theory and Practice In the blogs (private closed space) many of the…

Roundtable submission for #OpenEd19 Update: Roundtable accepted. Following review by the Program Committee, I am pleased to inform you that your submission entitled ‘Roundtable on #Ungrading’ has been accepted for presentation as a Roundtable (25 minutes). Now to get to work on this. I require help here colleagues! Work in Progress Please feel free to…

Compromisos We have a good process at the Tecnológico de Monterrey where we define our commitments (“Compromisos”) for the academic year in advance and then review them at points during and at the end. Part of a holistic view of our roles as educators at our institution. I’m busy reviewing mine from this year and realized…

edit (April 2, 2019): This post was linked from an excellent article authored by Colleen Flaherty at Insider Higher Ed, “When Grading Less Is More”. I thank Colleen for reaching out and including text from this post. or Subterranean Homesick Blues This is a post about work in progress, I have been thinking deeply on this…