That last one by Shel Silverstein especially stuck in my mind. I can recall listening to my teacher recite the poems with my head on the desk and eyes closed visualizing the story. I had the luck to come across the 30th anniversary edition (linked above) three years ago and quickly grabbed that (and other books) to bring home with me to Mexico. I wrote inside the front cover a message to my daughter about my memories of that book in my third grade class with the hope some of that excitement would rub off on her as she entered grade three (not needed, she has always been a good reader).
I figured instead of waiting around for my employer to kick in and buy me a new standing desk I would go ahead and do my own version. Modular furniture is meant to be moved around, right? Continue reading “Standing Desks”
My students and colleagues have often asked me what that red icon at the top of my browser is, so I’ll make a quick post here to point you to that as well as make some tips about password security. Continue reading “Personal Password Security with LastPass”
Many people have asked why I use Moodle and not one of the many other Learning Management Systems. I’ve been thinking about this lately and it comes down to the following: Continue reading “Moodle for my Courses Please”
I gave three short presentations and am making the slides from my presentation available here. Continue reading “5th Interchange of Educational Experiences”
Special thanks to Salvador Alva for his support in getting this project moving and also to the fine folks at SIT for their help in getting this project up and running (Fernando, Alex and Javier).