Sometime this weekend, my office space was invaded by owls–lots of them. On the keyboard, the bookshelf, the top of the cubical wall, and on piles of paperwork, but I was thrilled with the Monday morning leavings. Months ago I had started imagining owls, and after telling a co-worker we even researched owls together. The more… Continue Reading Thinking in 3D about 3D printers
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Beginning the week of October 20th, we will begin our SECOND Annual 4x4x16 Writing Challenge! Hooray! How does it work? We are inviting instructors at NMC to create 4 new pieces of writing for 4 straight weeks. Each piece of writing should be approximately 16 sentences in length and should be focused on teaching and… Continue Reading Writing Challenge = Free Ice Cream
We are inviting instructors at NMC to create 4 new pieces of writing for 4 straight weeks. Each piece of writing should be at least 16 sentences in length and should be focused on teaching and learning. “That’s it?” you ask. But wait, there’s more! If we have just 10 instructors participate in the 4… Continue Reading 4 x 4 x 16 = Ice Cream!
All of us have blog ideas to share from our personal practice that would benefit others, yet choosing the relevant information to share can be as challenging as learning to fish. Fortunately, there are some guidelines to help writing edublog entries. Much like a fishing tackle box, certain elements combine to meet any contextual need.… Continue Reading Ideas worth sharing, but what is the lure?