Creating a Culture of Sharing, Caring and Mastery Abstract My goal as a facilitator of educational experiences is focused on creating a sharing culture where students not only take responsibility for their own educational pace […]
feature image is creative commons licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by chuckoutrearseats: My Classroom I am a transplanted Canadian that has been living and teaching in Zapopan, Jalisco, México for most of the past twenty years […]
And This Week’s Topic Tonight's #flashblog post for #flipclass is all about late work. What's your policy? Why? How does that fit into schl context or #flipclass? — Cheryl Morris 🐢🐢 (@guster4lovers) January 27, 2015 […]
Tomorrow we start another semester and a new year. I am looking forward to another year full of challenges and meeting new students.
This has been an incredible year filled with many great events and advances professionally. I thank my family, my colleagues and friends for making this such a great year.
So for various reasons I decided to move back to WP.com hosting instead of my self-hosted Wordpress installation.
While doing that I needed to cleanup some pages which gave me the chance to review my posts. That was informative and gave me some ideas of why I should be writing more (sharing my experiences and reflecting) as well as what about (the what and why of my daily experiences teaching mostly).
One Thousand Views I started this working year with a plan to write close to one post per day. Secretly, I also set a goal of breaking 1000 page views in a month sometime in […]
WordPress Blogs for Projects This semester I am teaching a course which is project based and the students are developing applications for Android in small teams. This is first time I have taught this course […]
Read/Write Blogs I’ve only been writing here for a short time and if my count is correct this is my thirty-fourth post. But I’ve been reading blogs for as long as blogs have been around.