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Podcasts R Us

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https://www.insidehighered.com/audio/2017/03/22/pulse-app-algebra  is 24 minutes about a guy and an algebra app that he says is the first on the planet like it — you get to drag and drop things to solve algebra equations.  (Start at 18:30 and you can be spared the l-a-b-o-r-i-o-u-s background… )    I share his mystification about the underuse of […]<img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=resourceroomblog.wordpress.com&blog=12735171&post=11493&subd=resourceroomblog&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
https://www.insidehighered.com/audio/2017/03/22/pulse-app-algebra  is 24 minutes about a guy and an algebra app that he says is the first on the planet like it — you get to drag and drop things to solve algebra equations.  (Start at 18:30 and you can be spared the l-a-b-o-r-i-o-u-s background… )    I share his mystification about the underuse of […]
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The Open Ed Workout

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[In the gym] hey guys it'd be a lot easier to lift these weights if we worked together — Michael Raphone, Sr. (@michael_raphone) November 10, 2013 Open Education is like going to the gym. Lifting the same weights together isn’t really what we’re doing (unless we work directly together) but mostly we’re just lifting our […]
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Where I Am From

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Artist talking about the collaborative project of painting a mural around a warehouse in West Oakland, California, titled "West Side is the Best\ Side."
I was invited to post something on their site by the Young Writers Project through their collaboration with the Networked Narratives open access learning project based at Kean University. I...
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Reflections on Generosity of Spirit: Barriers to working in the open

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So in December I used Bronwyn Hegarty’s Attributes of Open Pedagogy, along with several other documents to develop a page to use in conversation with faculty about open pedagogy. Last week, I had the opportunity to share it with a small group, and it worked really well in terms of focusing the discussion and talking … <a href="https://upstreamdownstreamblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/17/reflections-on-generosity-of-spirit-barriers-to-working-in-the-open/">Continue reading <span>Reflections on Generosity of Spirit: Barriers to working in the open</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=upstreamdownstreamblog.wordpress.com&blog=120635449&post=552&subd=upstreamdownstreamblog&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
So in December I used Bronwyn Hegarty’s Attributes of Open Pedagogy, along with several other documents to develop a page to use in conversation with faculty about open pedagogy. Last week, I had the opportunity to share it with a small group, and it worked really well in terms of focusing the discussion and talking […]
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Overwhelmed

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For the second year iteration of our UDGAgora work with faculty from the University of Guadalajara, the schedule moved to the second day a presentation on openness Brian Lamb and had done in 2015 later in the week. 
Since 2003 Brian and I have done eno...
Feeling overwhelmed by using more than a dozen different software programs before finishing my morning coffee, I looked for a list of software to make a word cloud. The best...
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Follow your tweet

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View the story “Bay Area History” on Storify
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Customized, Personalized, Individualized, Competency Based, Project Based, etc.

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SABIER, The Stone Arch Bridge Initiative for Education Resources, welcomes the Feb. 22nd announcement by the Bush Foundation that it will devote most of the $7 million-plus it spends annually on education to the “School Design for Individualized Learning” initiative. The Bush Foundation awarded the MPCC, The Minnesota Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum, the Local Government […]<img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sabier.wordpress.com&blog=7270428&post=168&subd=sabier&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
SABIER, The Stone Arch Bridge Initiative for Education Resources, welcomes the Feb. 22nd announcement by the Bush Foundation that it will devote most of the $7 million-plus it spends annually on education to the “School Design for Individualized Learning” initiative. The Bush Foundation awarded the MPCC, The Minnesota Partnership for Collaborative Curriculum, the Local Government […]
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Fixing the shirt but spoiling the trousers #OER17 Open Call for Your Stories!

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Reading Time: 2 minutesSo I am finally getting around to solidifying (inasmuch as someone like me can solidify something this far ahead of its date) my OER17 keynote. There are slides, people. 90 of them. Some will have to go, because I also … Continue reading →
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And nobody knows it but me

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There’s a place that I travel When I want to roam, And nobody knows it but me The roads don’t go there And the signs stay home And nobody knows...
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Petition to Adopt Reddit into The Open Ed Family

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Image of Fishing Spot
“Fishing spot” flickr photo by Patrick McConahay https://flickr.com/photos/pat_mcconahay/15106445506 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license Ironic that things like reddit, which might prove transformative if engaged with, are largely overlooked by academia. #openlearning17 — Gardner Campbell (@GardnerCampbell) March 7, 2017 The way Reddit works is really quite conducive to open pedagogy. I think, if I’m […]
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