You are hitting a wall. You pick at projects rather than dig in. You know there will be an end but at this stage that is mere abstraction. Every haul you make to the recycling center merits a cookie and you take it in other forms: a beer, an ice cream float, leftover Christmas chocolate. … Continue reading Dismantling A Household, Part 3 →
Two major stories about technology struck me this week. Each was fascinating on its own, but I thought that pairing them was also interesting: What does Perseverance landing on Mars, and the massive power failure in Texas, taken together, tell … Continue reading →
Together with a group of colleagues (Kate Keeney & Jack Wolfe) as part of a professional learning group at my institution, we worked to better understand the role of digital literacy, and more specifically instructional technology use in instruction. It is hoped that the results of this study will test important research questions about literacy… Continue reading →
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The latest prompt in Walk My World is a look at a “turning point” in our own narrative stories — a place where something shifted and took you in a new direction. Of course, every life has many of these decision paths, and some are too personal to share in a public space like this. […]
I haven’t written a lot about my new role and just what exactly I’ve been getting up to over the last year, mostly because it has seemed so trivial compared to all of us trying to get through this bloody pandemic. However, it’s been over … Continue reading Care is a sustainability practice
High Sticking? WTF? Entry 310 for Wednesday February 17, 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 […]