We have to begin to imagine better digital pedagogies, more critical digital pedagogies, which go farther than the mere implementation of design.
Thinking about the intersection of higher education and climate change sometimes can be daunting in its scope and complexity. Sometimes small, individual stories are a good way into the topic. Today’s case in point: a Russian gas tanker just traveled … Continue reading →
As AI (artificial intelligence) take over many aspects of our lives, people are wonder about the role of machine learning in education. The classroom is no stranger to online teaching and adaptive software and this trend is speeding up as a result of the coronavirus. With schools closing down and universities moving exclusively into remote… Continue reading →
No reason to share this, other than I thought the morning drive was so beautiful with fresh snow, it was worth capturing on video/gif.
I now realize I’ve been using “COVID brain” or “pandemic brain” wrong. For the past year or so, I’ve been using to to talk about the changes in the way my brain has been working throughout this pandemic and the … Continue reading →
Manic Monday Entry 315 for Monday February 22, 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? […]
The Singleton Pattern is one approach to maintaining data across scenes. It will create an object and then tell Unity not to destroy it when a new scene loads. However, the Singleton Pattern depends on a GameObject with the Script Component being created and then maintained across future scenes. It also does not save data …