blogging through courses without frontiers
It’s been a while since my creative partner Herb Mahelona and I, have uploaded a video to our History for Music Lovers Channel on YouTube. We’ve been occupied with other … Continue reading
Week 1 Assignment for #teachtheweb MOOC: Reflect on Making as Learning. I decided to piece together some of my slides from a presentation I did about Creativity and Making for … Continue reading
“We’re looking for half seconds to excerpt” – so ends this intriguing Wired article, “The Animated GIF: Still Looping After All These Years” I’ve been pondering GIFS and other short … Continue reading
First watch this: This was indeed life not too long ago. Until, perhaps, the “YOU” was inserted as a prefix to “TUBE”, among other advances. In the ’80s, I recall … Continue reading
Courseware for the IB Programme
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A new type of blovel. A blog based on the contents of a novel. Weekly chapters. Read & Comment. Read & Tweet. An old fashioned way to read. A new way to connect readers and authors. Loving the stories that bring us together. Also available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble in paperback or as eBook. Enjoy the adventure!
A Blog about Open and Online Education
intersection of community, learning and technology
Geflipte klas/flipped classroom, Mooc's, digitale didactiek, hoger onderwijs, blended learning, CSCL
thoughts and reflections on the EDC MOOC
Winter reflections on technology and potential shared learning experiences ~ Bravo to #EDCMOOC
If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking.
Statistics + Connectivism = Pure Awesomeness
Music Educator, professional portfolio and blog
Digital pedagogy, open education, composition, and literature
There's no reality except the one contained within us. That's why so many people live an unreal life. They take images outside them for reality and never allow the world within them to assert itself. by Herman Hesse
The Weblog and Portfolio of Thomas Joseph Okon
Digital cultures, e-learning, and humanity
I use the internet to read about science, tech, politics and current events. Sometimes I even learn something!
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Part time bellydancer, part time world explorer...