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Learning is everywhere

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I presented at conference for the 40th reunion of the Florida State University Instructional Systems program. Here’s the presentation I gave: Learning is everywhere from Gina Minks In the presentation, I talked about how instructional design theory is very important … Continue reading

Biggest lesson from my graduate studies: Communities ignite learning

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If you follow me on Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook, you know that I graduated last weekend with a Master of Science degree from the Instructional Systems program at Florida State University. Here’s a video to prove … Continue reading

From Ninja Turtles to Persephone?

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Last night I listened to Stephen Downes’ lecture at #teched about Personal Learning Environments. One quote stuck with me: The learner is the product of education To me that means the product of education isn’t a diploma, or a certificate. … Continue reading

How I use social media to learn

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A couple of comments to me this week are prompting this post. Someone in my senior management made a comment that I am very active in social media but I don’t really use it to learn. And someone on twitter … Continue reading

How I use blogging

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I guess I should answer the questions I asked in a previous post: Do you use blogging as a reflective practice? Do you blog about things that are directly related to your job duties? Has blogging increased your level of … Continue reading