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Libretexts Chemistry in Moodle

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The Stone Arch Bridge Initiative for Education Resources, SABIER, is pleased to announce the launch of a Chemistry course for K-12. This is a course that uses a chemistry text from Libretexts and  is housed in a Moodle course with homework quizzes created by Andrew Lyman-Butler. Andrew described the quizzes and his thinking in a […]
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Storytelling

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I returned to StoryCenter in Berkeley this week to participate in a Digital Storytelling workshop as a civilian. I returned to community college as a non-traditional (adult) student after President Obama urged displaced workers to update their skills in his first State of the Union address. I had such a terrible experiance in Oakland’s Peralta […]
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open (to) learning 2019-07-11 10:11:33

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open books, open files, open texts, open apps
open books, open files, open texts, open apps
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“Alas” and “Oh, well…” & what’s to come….

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[736 words] Despite my best intentions, I was unable to get very far this year on the OpenLearning CMOOC/faculty collaborative. As interesting as it was, the activities began at a time when I was already committed to a number of other high-priority projects and duties, especially 1. completing my work teaching an online course (with […]
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The Open Learner Patchbook Went To The PressEd Conference

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Last month I had the opportunity to let people know about The Open Learner Patchbook via the PressEd Conference. If you want to get your mind stretched open in regards to using WordPress in your pedagogy, check out each of the presentations, which have been curated in to moments here. The Open Learner Patchbook is […]
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Selling Gen Z on GenEd

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Every year, JMU’s more than 80 First Year Advisors have a full day of professional development to prepare for the summer registration of more than 4600 freshmen. This year, I offered some updates about the General Education program followed by … Continue reading →
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Hatching a PLN

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This is a blog post version of my talk this morning at the Fleming College Spring Teaching & Learning Day. I spoke about how using Twitter can help you grow a professional learning network. And maybe a little bit about how PLN building is not a shmoozefest just for your own personal benefit. It can […]
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Test

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Testing
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Reflections on Open Learning ’19

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Open Learning ’19 has ended and I’d like to ask everyone to consider writing a blog post as a way to reflect on their experience in the cMOOC over the past few weeks. (Rebecca Clark has already done this, and wonderfully so–check out her post!) For me, this was my first time serving as Hub … <p><a href="http://sueerickson.com/openlearning19/reflections-on-open-learning-19/">Continue reading<span> "Reflections on Open Learning ’19"</span></a></p>
Open Learning ’19 has ended and I’d like to ask everyone to consider writing a blog post as a way to reflect on their experience in the cMOOC over the past few weeks. (Rebecca Clark has already done this, and wonderfully so–check out her post!) For me, this was my first time serving as Hub […]
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Better late than never…

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I hate being on the outside. I hate being left out. I hate participating in something when I feel like I lack foundational knowledge or understanding that could potentially aid me in participating in constructive dialogue – aka I hate not knowing or being unproductive (I am also extremely critical of my personal reflections of […]
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