Monthly Archives: October 2010

Reflections on Course One

There was a moment in our class on Saturday when two separate streams of thought that had been running throughout the course for me coalesced into one.  The first was my concern about how to help students think critically about … Continue reading

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Changing Paradigms

I have been wrestling this entire course with what might be a false dichotomy; what I first deemed the Luddite vs. the LinkedIn.  I think this is a generational thing but not one of the analog vs. the digital eras … Continue reading

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Coercing the Classroom Blog

Seeing a session on blogging that Jeff gave at EARCOS last year in Manila, I began this year with a goal of implementing a blog in class.  In previous years, my approach failed for a variety of reasons.  Two years … Continue reading

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Neil Postman – 6 Questions for Understanding Media

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The Other Side

I’ve been playing the Luddite pretty solidly now for a few posts, I thought I’d try to show that I don’t only play one tune.  There was an interesting podcast recently by one of my favorite sources of information, NPR’s … Continue reading

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