Category Archives: Connected Learning

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? A Model for Change

When I first started the ETMOOC adventure, one question I was asking was, “Can I have some new glasses, please?”  I knew I wanted to expose myself to new ways of thinking and grow in my ability to communicate, share, … Continue reading

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Scarcity in an Age of Abundance

This week has been characterized by an abundance of great teaching by the likes of Alec Couros (@courosa), Dean Shareski (@shareski), and Sue Waters (@suewaters). The Twitter feed has been rolling along and there has been an endless supply of … Continue reading

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Bits n’ Bytes – Putting the Pieces Together in #ETMOOC

I love doing jigsaw puzzles. I remember as a kid doing them with my grandfather and having a knack for it. I still have some in my house, you know, the ones with 1,000/1,500 pieces.  These days, I do most … Continue reading

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