All Posts Tagged "Design"

Visual Arguments and Explanations

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Today I had the pleasure of presenting on visual arguments and explanations for Jon Becker‘s class, EDLP 717: Communicating Research Findings (aka Telling Stories with Data). For their final project, Jon has tasked his students with producing a “high-quality modern report” from real data on employee followership for a hypothetical client.  While Jon has spent the... […]
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Happy International Heutagogy Day!

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I declare February 18th as International Heutagogy Day! Heutagogy (based on the Greek for “self”) was defined by Hase and Kenyon in 2000 as the study of self-determined learning. I’ve amended their definition to include Self-Directed Theory, thus...
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Learn to edit Wikipedia

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Join me at the Western Institute for Social Research (WISR) in Berkeley, California, next Monday, January 15th at 6 pm Learn to edit Wikipedia! Bring your laptop and we will all sign into the online course and discuss the eventual creation of a WISR Wikipedia page. Click on the flyer to enroll or download the […]
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My College Degree as a Digital Humanities Project

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I’m developing a new model for adult learners so they can avoid the experience I had while trying to improve my skills at a Community College. Combining Self-Directed Learning, Computational...
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Learning Strategies and Goals

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A black and white photograph of Oxford University from a nearby rooftop.
  “A university training…aims at raising the intellectual tone of society, at cultivating the public mine, at purifying the national taste, at supplying true principles to popular enthusiasm and fixed...
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Connection & Digital Architecture

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Yesterday I had the great honor of dropping by the Digital Pedagogy Lab Institute (#digped) to spend the day with Kate Bowles and Maha Bali and participants of the networks track. Informally, I was there to be with my friends who challenge, inspire, and remind me of who and how I want to be in the... […]
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Leading through Visualization

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Leading through Visualization
Two weeks ago, Bonnie Stewart invited me to speak to #Ed6170: a faculty summer course in educational leadership sponsored by the University of Prince Edward Island. Bonnie focused her curriculum around leading under complex and changing conditions, because (1) it’s relevant and 2) it’s challenging.  In a move that I find particularly admirable, she created... […]
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Reasons

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I chose the apartment I’m renting this summer for all sorts of practical reasons:- it’s close to the students’ dorm.  – it’s close to my mother’s place.  – it’s on multiple metro lines.  – shops and other amenities are accessible.  – it is within budget. (<= super extra important) But if I’m completely honest, I […]
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California Sociological Association Conference 2016

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After travelling all summer, starting my final semester at Berkeley City College and moving back to West Oakland, I found some time today to make this poster for the upcoming...
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