This is one of the best and clearest infographics on the writing process I’ve seen. Thanks Visually and Ann Handley! Enjoy! by taniacreative.
Ok, I admit it. I just got back from my local Safeway with a plastic grocery bag full of bread that was on sale and a disposable starbucks cup full of dark roast goodness. I did this despite all my good intentions and having literally dozens of reusable grocery bags kicking around and a half […]
This video was shared by Tom Whitford in response to a post by David Culberhouse aka @DCulberhouse. The post asks us to think deeply about how environment impacts learning. As we question whether our instructional methods are fitting to our changing times we also have to determine if our physical environments are conducive to supporting learning in the […]
Jane Hart is in her fifth year of coordinating what is possible the best list of tools used for learning. The emerging list is amazing. This is my list of tools that I find the most value in. Some I value because I learn so much by using the tool and some because I have […]
Close to 40 years ago the Club of Rome published a report called Limits to Growth. In it they described the global problematique due in part to the physical limitations of our small and interconnected world. In a nutshell they said that we live on a small planet with limited resources and that if we […]
It’s week one of Jim Groom’s MOOC Digital Storytelling also known as #ds106 and I find myself reflecting on the difference between being creative and being innovative and how that difference is what intimidates me about this course. Above is a wordle of one part of the first assignment which was to read Gardner Campbell’s […]