I’m glad Kirsten asked these questions: Where do you think failure fits in an educational context? Do you use it with your students? Those are great questions, Kirsten. Even today, failure is fitting into my educational context. Watching Susan’s vlog post inspired me to try to make my vlog post, even though this week has… Read more Failure
OK, so vlogging is not easy for me. I am a much more natural writer than speaker. I do love the Open Spokes community that is developing around vlogging, though. I’m also happy that I am growing in my ability to speak into a microphone, though I have a long way to go. This week… Read more Top Ten Reasons I Teach
I’ve been thinking about learning this week, thanks to my Open Spokes Fellowship neighborhood. I think learning for me looks something like this:
What will education be like in five years? I know it will be different because I looked back to see what it was like five years ago when my students and I had no blogging, no YouTube, no Twitter, and no Skype. Worst of all, my students had a teacher who thought she was in… Read more Fellowship of Open Spokes Week 1
I never thought I’d say I was a vlogger. And I won’t say it just yet, but I did join the Fellowship of Open Spokes. The Fellowship “meets” in a connected YouTube channel where educators are sharing and discussing their reflections, questions, and learnings in video format. You can subscribe to the channel and join… Read more Vlogging?