Reading: Fall 2020: Possibilities, Promise and the Likelihood of Failure

From Fall 2020: Possibilities, Promise and the Likelihood of Failure Short-sighted administrators, over-centralized systems, under-funded students, over-priced tuition – and other hypehenizations. State universities have done themselves in. Reform: cut admin, fund tuition down to $10/credit, get classes back to 10-20 – suits social distancing – place emphasis back on face to face, boost grad… Continue reading Reading: Fall 2020: Possibilities, Promise and the Likelihood of Failure

on pinboard for September 11th, 2014 through September 13th, 2014

makers and makerspaces | teaching composition in a creative economy – – (dh composition ) Learning Design Patterns as an Alternative Model of Course Design – Mike brings Alexander's design patterns into play for course design. Light in two rooms, and place structures to create spaces to congregate. – (pedagogy design learning patterns architecture )

bookmarks for March 29th, 2013 through April 12th, 2013

22 Thoughts on Automated Grading of Student Writing | Inside Higher Ed – I love it. The idea that teaching and evaluating written work can be done as a computer algorithm is a  mind-saver. Why? Reading is boring. Automate now. I have videos to watch. My favorite thought is #7:” The only motivations for even… Continue reading bookmarks for March 29th, 2013 through April 12th, 2013

bookmarks for February 17th, 2010 through February 18th, 2010

Nicholas Felton | Feltron.com – Home of the Feltron Annual Report and other lifelogging experiments – (lifecasting lifelogging ) Technologically Externalized Knowledge and Learning « Connectivism – – (vle ple learning elearning ) After Frustrations in Second Life, Colleges Look to New Virtual Worlds – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education – The thrill… Continue reading bookmarks for February 17th, 2010 through February 18th, 2010