This week wraps up the end of the Multiliteracies Workshop from EVO2010 that took place over the past 6 weeks. It has been a wonderful experience. I have learned so much and have finally started on the
path of creating a Personal/Professional Learning Network that will
allow me to get connected with others in my field and find great
resources. Throughout these past six weeks the moderators of the
workshop have encouraged us to try various tools, attend live…
Headnote: primarily written for readers unfamiliar with multiliteracies and covering some ground previously blogged here. Part way through, I realized my explanation was stalking (softly, softly) the shape and dimensions on my own personal PLN so here is it... in all its inconclusiveness.
"Managing chaos" is an oxymoron. I'm changing out the expression for "navigating chaos" or "chaos…
story that I’d like to share here:
End of the match. A boy cries after the defeat of his football team, which leaves it out of the fight for the coveted cup. Nothing unusual in this town where football awakes…Continue
I finished reading Pegrum's book from From Blogs to Bombs this week and thoroughly enjoyed every word of it. He does a tremendous job of placing the digital technologies and the lens with which to look at them in the context of the current trends taking place in the global digitized landscape where we live. The anecdotes and research that went into this little powerhouse of a book ground it in the real world and make it all the more…Continue
It's obviously time to update here ... especially to remain "in the zone" :-)
We are so overworked it's often difficult to keep up with anything, never mind a MOOG (did I get that right)
Anyway - what I've learnt from past session is to let it go with the flow ... I will be back !
After a two-week holiday and the struggle to find my bearings back at home, I have been doing something (not much) lately, which I would like to share here, although they are mostly related to another EVO session.
You can take a look at my blog (posts are linked)Continue