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#Napowrimo #26

“The Road I Made” (Remix “The Road Not Taken”) TWO roads diverged in a forest, Yet, I could not travel either And I stood not long Before I decided That neither would suffice;   I unsheathed my scythe And began … Continue reading

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Five Habits of Highly Creative Teachers: Is Reflection Aloud/Allowed?

This summer I was co-teaching and co-learning in 5 Habits of Highly Creative Teachers.  I’m not sure where the teacher ends and the learner begins, but this was an open online course and such is the nature of learning in … Continue reading

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Blissful Hiking Nirvana

Lately I’ve been co-learning in The Five Habits of Highly Creative Teachers while dipping in and out of the Make Learning Connected MOOC.  This week in #create5 we are focusing on tribes, and it’s been fun and fascinating to identify the … Continue reading

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What’s your punctuation story?

In “5 Habit of Highly Creative Teachers”, we are exploring curiosity this week.  In order to dig into curiosity, Douglas Rice’s metaphors for our deeply engrained habits and tendencies were placed in our path.  Such metaphors help us tell our … Continue reading

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Week 3 #Rhizo 14: Uncertainty, Hedgehogs, Compasses and a Yoruba Trickster god

Disclaimer: I am one of those people that doesn’t really answer Dave’s questions.  Read no further if you are looking for useful information.  I proceed to unanswer his questions. “It’s better to go into the world half-cocked than not to … Continue reading

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Rhizomatic Learning Week 2: Zen Koans and Provocative Questions

This marks the start of week 2 of Rhizomatic Learning: The Community is the Curriculum, so after I got my email reminding me of this, I headed over to P2PU and read Dave Cormier’s blog, watched his video link, and … Continue reading

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Cheating or Standing on the Shoulders of Giants?

“Each of us is all the sums he has not counted: subtract us into the nakedness and night again, and you shall see begin in Crete four thousand years ago the love that ended yesterday in Texas.” ― Thomas Wolfe, Look Homeward, … Continue reading

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