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 […]
Pillars of Flipped Learning The Flipped Learning Network (FLN) announced a formal definition of the term “Flipped Learning” back in March, you should go read that definition on their site here. You may choose to […]
Flipped Professional Development This week I started a course on Flipped Learning for about 70 teachers in the RZO (Rectoria Zona Occidente) as part of their professional development program. This course is given online in […]
Trying to Focus We are getting into the heart of our semester here at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara and the students are writing their “first partial” exams this week and next. I mentioned on […]
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 […]
I love retreats To start off the semester I participated in an academic retreat to define projects for our implementation at Campus Guadalajara for Tec21. I always enjoy participating in these activities and especially at […]
Start me Up This is the first year in a long time that my main academic/work goal has changed. I’ve officially abandoned finishing my Ph.D. and am continuing to focus on other projects.
Education Is Social One of the themes I have been talking about a lot over the last month or so is that education is a social activity. We cannot just throw a teacher and a […]