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Monthly Archives: January 2013
For many kids, the words: intenet, surfing, google are very obvious, but for some; it has been a new revolution. I grew up when I was taught to add and subtract with an abacus, writing with chalk on a black … Continue reading → Continue reading
I thought I would take a minute to explain my blog name. Sans sucre literally translates into without sugar. I didn’t opt for the english version because I think the meaning carries over better in french. Basically, I wanted to convey with this title that this blog will detail my thoughts, pure and simple. Just my thoughts(…) Continue reading
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zur Kritik: German for “on the critique of” or “toward a critique of” Continue reading
I guess instead of “mother-blog”, for the “GEDI” course, we should be linking up to the death star? Maybe that is too negative. Or just not funny. I’m actually really excited about looking at other blogs in the class. One … Continue reading → Continue reading
So, we talked about unwavering curiosity in class last week. How do we, as teachers, inspire unwavering curiosity? I have found, if you are lucky, there will be moments once or twice a semester where you can see the “gears” turning. … Continue reading → Continue reading
So I went to the first class for Pedagogy in the GEDI (Graduation Education Development Institute). Sidenote: This is pronounced “JEDI”, as in, Luke I am your father Jedi. Star Wars puns abound, including that we the students currently maintain … Continue reading → Continue reading
GEDIs — This is our course blog–all of your individual blogs will be available here and will collectively help to create our digital community of practice this spring! Welcome!