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    Beware the poison butterflies

    [caption id="attachment_199" align="alignleft" width="215"] The high point of my gaming life[/caption] Last week, teaching my Middle School students some basic coding (in the land of the blind... etc), I programmed a game, at least I think that's w
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    Bring them to the next level!

    [caption id="attachment_323" align="alignleft" width="310"] S.Vermeulin at Bett 2017[/caption] I suffered. I suffered and was bored for most of my schoold years. My torture was called lecture and my jail was my desk. However, I mananged to get my
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    Badging and Gamification Plans...

    It feels like a lifetime ago that I was peeking over Patrick’s shoulder and being a lurker behind him as he went through his CoETaIL. It seems like a long time ago that I made the decision to take the course myself. Yet it is not that long ago (I a
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    Welcome to Week 3: The Present

    I think what is important when thinking about course 4 is to choose pedagogies or teaching philosophies that speak to you and your own interests. Maybe you've been wondering about flipped learning for a while.  Or you're thinking about ch
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    Headlines & Deadlines: the Game!

    For my Course 4 final project (and, eventually, the Course 5 culminating project), I hope to work on redesigning the journalism program at TAS. I am in a unique position for this project because, as the only journalism teacher at TAS, I have almost c