Care to Converse? Join the Group on Hypothesis

Care to Converse? Join the Group on Hypothesis

I don’t know of a better way to do this, so I hope this works …   Care to do a bit of pre-class conversing…

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Diversity - yes . . .  Statement - not easy

Diversity – yes . . . Statement – not easy

I understand that one should be able to articulate views, opinions and values in written form. But I’m having a really hard time “following the…

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Critical Pedagogy: Education as Emancipation . . .  or  . . .  Teach for the Sky

Critical Pedagogy: Education as Emancipation . . . or . . . Teach for the Sky

Table 3’s Take on Critical Pedagogy Education is getting an overhaul. A growing appreciation of the dynamic nature of the world has led to dynamic…

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#IAmACuriousBeing

#IAmACuriousBeing

What a remarkable treasure to be able to hear Paulo Freire talk about his own thinking, curiosity, and teaching in the video  Paulo Freire: An Incredible…

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Dream Learning

Dream Learning

I dream about learning constantly. I dream at night about my own learning: finding my way, getting out of situations or trouble, helping others, finding…

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Becoming "Real"

Becoming “Real”

There are few things in life that confound me more than humans choosing to do something – often repetitively – when they know the outcome…

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Practice Makes Permanent

Practice Makes Permanent

I think we’re each a product of the culture we were raised within. This isn’t really a stretch. Of course, it’s true. But how many…

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Thoughts on Why Lecture is Obsolete: and why gamification may turn education on its head

Thoughts on Why Lecture is Obsolete: and why gamification may turn education on its head

I think that the cultural relationship we have to ‘school’ and ‘lecture’ are the largest contributing factor to why lectures persist as a teaching method,…

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