When student works are openly licensed, granting 5R permissions in their use of artifacts, each work becomes the beginning of an ongoing conversation in which other learners participate as they contextualize and extend the work in support of their learning…. Continue Reading →
I might be dating myself here, but I remember when MTV (or Much Music in Canada) came on the scene. With it came a whole new revolution in music. We, in fact, became known as the MTV generation. With it… Continue Reading →
Thomas (2010) states, “The medium does not dictate the design” (p.185). As we use the medium of instructional design models and theories, one must ask, are we, as teachers and instructional designers, becoming too beholden to our structure? Thomas’ statement… Continue Reading →
Faux Punk Fatigue I’ve been teaching trades now for over nine years. I’ve got some pretty tried and true systems set up.