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Joe Dillon
Learning about literacies, old and new. Believes in safe-fail experiments in ed. Wants to talk .
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When "Chris Webber" starts trending during a basketball game his mentions are never too flattering. Many reference a timeout he once called.
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Joe Dillon May 21
Replying to @onewheeljoe
Here's my full tea order- a little green, a little red, and a little black.
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Joe Dillon May 21
Full disclosure- This tweet earned me almost $5 off my tea purchase. That's the going rate for a tweet on this account. Your ad here.
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Joe Dillon May 21
Save $5 at my favorite tea store. Here is an Adagio Teas GC, good for 24 hours: 3981934127.
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Joe Dillon May 20
"...devices interpreted the phrase 'cocaine noodles' as 'O.K., Google.'"
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Joe Dillon May 20
I made these six doodles. A neural network guessed "foam finger" but not "finger."
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Joe Dillon May 20
I made these six doodles. A neural network couldn't identify my axe. What the heck does this neural network think an axe looks like?
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ℳąhą Bąℓi مها بالي 🌷 May 19
Hahaha there u go! Dominant culture. McDonald's didn't exist in Egypt until the 1990s. Kuwait had Hardee's and Arby's but no McD until 1990s also
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Joe Dillon May 19
Replying to @onewheeljoe
And I like this move, which names for a learner how his or her skills are improving. We can help them identify ways those skills can be leveraged and are transferrable to different contexts
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Joe Dillon May 19
A momentary morning rant in . Let's connect learning to students lives and let the promise of "achievement" rest for a minute.
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Joe Dillon May 19
I made these six doodles. A neural network guessed all of them correctly. Either my drawing is getting better or the neural network is getting smarter.
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Joe Dillon May 19
I made these six doodles. A neural network guessed five of them correctly.
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Joe Dillon May 19
I made these six doodles. A neural network guessed five of them correctly.
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Joe Dillon May 19
I made these six doodles. A neural network guessed five of them correctly.
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Joe Dillon May 19
Replying to @Bali_Maha @safiyanoble
I made these six doodles. A neural network guessed five of them correctly.
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Joe Dillon May 19
I emailed you a draft of what and I wrote, along with a rough playlist idea.
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Steven Zemelman May 16
Looks like I missed intense conversation on ss' civic engagement tonight! Guess I can't do everything at once. To see what I might have said, check my article/chapter in Educator Innovator "Writing Our Civic Futures" - & share yr comments there
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Remi Kalir May 16
Thx for the invitation to this month's conversation featuring: 65 annotations 8 text participants 1 CLTV webinar with partner author Educators interested in & come read, annotate & discuss!
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Joe Dillon May 16
Another final thought: Educators thinking about activist pedagogy have designed curriculum we can remix in different spaces. This example via et al
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Joe Dillon May 16
My takeaway is that there is power to helping students understand the ways digital activism compliments and helps coordinate local activism. We should study both.
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