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Digital Pedagogy Lab 10 Feb 16
How do we bring complexity — human, pedagogical, emotional, intellectual — to instructional design?
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Sean Hackney 24 Jan 16
"In effect, the [educational] research being done isn’t about learning, it’s about surveillance."
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Gerol Petruzella 27 Jan 16
Gotta run, drat. Thx for awesome convo as always!
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Tamara Milosevic Jan 6
Do you remember when you joined Twitter? 6 yrs ago, I gave in to the requirements of & courses. Tweeting for me is a way to synthesize thoughts & ideas & connect to the whole world of tinkerers & change-makers
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Angela Brown 8 Feb 16
Traverse learning, riling at the boundaries.
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Jamison Miller 4 Feb 16
A difficult task to be sure.
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Digital Pedagogy Lab 10 Feb 16
Considering all we've uncovered during , what are best practices now?
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Dean Blumberg 22 Feb 16
I like spontaneity in f2f courses, but I need to work on creating moments for it and embracing it in online courses.
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Rebecca Hogue 27 Jan 16
asking myself 'who am I to chose the course readings?' Then 'who am I not to?' I am the teacher afterall ...
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foureyedsoul@scholar.social 27 Jan 16
Can't chat, but my current rumination: relays&differences btw being subjected to instruction & producing (one's own?) subjectivity
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Susan Adams 11 Feb 16
, Discover, Transform, Insight, Listen, Inspire. "Confessions of an Instructional Designer" coming soon
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Nadinne Aboulmagd 27 Dec 16
It's the process, not the outcome! Enjoy :)
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Ted O'Neill 🌧️☔🌧️🗼🌧️☔🌧️ 24 Jan 16
More Skinner, 1965=2016? "It has been said that teaching machines and programmed instruction will mean regimentation" 1/2
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Jason Hogan 15 Feb 16
Then they let the youngins fight scorpions who've had their stings gnawed off. Then they move to the real thing.
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Autumm Caines is a Liminal Space 23 Feb 16
I need some articles/resources/language to counter the myth that we can't do online courses due to cheating
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R. D. Maxwell 30 Jan 16
Might be a calm, steady day for the . Got my superman cape, just in case! And some good articles to read.
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Angela Brown 9 Feb 16
We tend towards archetypes. In our stories of we cast villains, saviours, fools, heroes. We cast tools as characters.
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Tania Sheko 25 Jan 16
'...making the student the subject of the process rather than the object.' Papert via No way around it
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Ben Scragg 2 Feb 16
Starting Week 2 w/ premise that it's misleading to think ID method/approach = most important rather than EDU's beauty/risk/tragedy
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Rebecca Hogue 28 Jan 16
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