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Models are interesting things. They both are and are not the thing they represent. So, for example, a model of Jupiter points to but can never be the real Jupiter. A painting, an appropriately colored Styrofoam ball, or a set … Continue reading
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This weekend #TxGoo met and, as I usually do when educators I admire get together, I stalked them like cray! Aimee Bartis tweeted out a curious link to a video concerning “stich.it”. I was immediately floored! There are so many … Continue reading
I received this somewhat shocking email a while back. A mother contacted me to let me know that, after I offered academic and social safety nets in my college class to her son, “allowing” him to fail was one of … Continue reading
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The Greatness of #CatBread After our TCEA presentation in Austin, back in February, we received a few requests for tutorials one how to make Aurasma perform certain actions. One of the more popular ones was making a “Sphere” pop out … Continue reading
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Originally posted on Sam's Reflections:
There are a plethora of teacher resignation letters on the Internet; I refuse to link to any of them, but they follow the same format: “I love teaching, I love my students, but I…
The EdCampNov8 team just completed our first edcamp on Saturday, May 3rd. So much to process, so I’ll do it “stream-of-consciousness” style: I am always amazed at the transition from energy to matter, ideas to actions, the imperceptible to the … Continue reading