Monthly Archives: September 2013

@archyken: Loud + Proud with Pallets

I like pallets. I have a pallet of pallets. How do I use my pallet of pallets?     Reshape, Inform, Inspire: This project was a competition from the Town of Blacksburg in which the prompt was to reuse pallets … Continue reading

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Re-Learning

Hey, This week I was reminded of my experiences in VTfT (Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow). Which was a class that I took in high school to see, or be exposed to the classroom and teaching. A large portion of the … Continue reading

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An Uncomfortable Safety Dance

We have the opportunity to be alert while learning, but this is not always the case. We need to look at learning from a “what things work and what things do not work” for each learner. By critically thinking about … Continue reading

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Fitting into New Shoes

Here is a fun story about finding a new pair of shoes when your old one wear out. If you like puns, then it is worth the read. I do not have gorilla glue, or this Goo Gone that you … Continue reading

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Do we have a purpose in higher education?

Whoa…. that is a big question. Is he allowed to drop a question like that on this blog? Yes. Yes I can. Because I have both agency in my individualized learning and intrinsic motivation to learn. We need and entry … Continue reading

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Product Design: The Student

As a designer, I have spent most of my academic career doing work in a field that has a non-traditional setting. This has broken me from the mold of K-12 learning that we continue the hear about. A lack of … Continue reading

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