Diamonds are one of the most precious stones available and are taken from nature. Glass is artificial. Unlike Glass, Diamonds are rare. The word diamond has been derived from the Greek ἀδάμας (adámas), which means proper, unalterable, and untamed. Glass is a word that comes from glesum, a Germanic word for a transparent and lustrous… Continue reading →
Critical pedagogy aims to deeply question our epistemological assumptions—about teaching, about education, about power, about expertise—and while this can be exhilarating, it is almost never a picnic.
I’m gonna try and break my posts about the grand opening of Reclaim Arcade up a bit given there’s so much to say one post would just be too imposing and never get written. Views of ?@reclaimvideo?, the gateway drug … Continue reading →
The other day, I wrote about a collaborative poem that folks in #ds106, and #clmooc, and beyond had contributed to. With 106 lines in its construction, the poem has now become a place of possible remix. I had joked at one point at trying to write a Sea Shanty with some of the words (ie, […]
Long Day Entry 308 for Monday February 15, 2021 The core questions: Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions. What did you do today? […]