June 3, 2019

Patch Thirty Three – Desire Paths and Other Course Design Ideas for Humans

By Maureen Glynn Last fall I participated in the Introduction to Digital Pedagogy with Sean Michael Morris @slamteacher and Jesse Stommel @jessifer, sponsored by @eCampusOntario and @RyersonU – Office of eLearning. The all-too-brief workshop, along with my review of preparatory materials, represented some of the most impactful hours of professional development that I’ve experienced so far in my career – truly […]

Patch Thirty Three – Desire Paths and Other Course Design Ideas for Humans

By Maureen Glynn Last fall I participated in the Introduction to Digital Pedagogy with Sean Michael Morris @slamteacher and Jesse Stommel @jessifer, sponsored by @eCampusOntario and @RyersonU – Office of eLearning. The all-too-brief workshop, along with my review of preparatory materials, represented some of the most impactful hours of professional development that I’ve experienced so far in my career – truly […]

Graphic Novel Review: All Summer Long

Any book dedicated to “the weirdos and the part-time punks” and features a guitar-playing kid on the cover has my attention. Hope Larson’s All Summer Long lives up to the dedication, focusing in on 13-year-old Bina, whose friendships are changing as summer vacation begins and who must navigate those changes while staying true to herself. In […]