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Case study: Highly synchronous online course

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Hand-drawn visualization of our online classroom, matching technologies with familiar objects. (Click for full-size.)

At risk of sounding like a broken record, I’m going to write again about my first significant online course design and facilitation experience: the online restorative justice class at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP), which ran this past spring (and will run again this coming spring). It was what I would characterize as… Read more »

Notes from the Teaching, Learning, and Technology conference at JMU

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Keynote speaker, Jim Groom of Mary Washington, showed us his exploded open class - #ds106

[Editor’s note: It’s been far too long since I’ve posted here, and I need to address that with something more substantive than a mere copy/paste of my notes from this awesome conference today at neighboring James Madison University. But until then…] I hopped on my bike this morning wearing flip-flops, which quickly ended up being… Read more »