Excited to get started on my DML Commons journey - looking forward to learning more about Design Based Research with some amazing folks.
Most of these make me very sad.
Some interesting facts about reading digitally versus on paper!
Really interesting info, though it makes me sad that 8 out of 10 said they prefer ebooks. I’m a traditionalist when it comes to reading - I like the feeling of a book in my hands!
One teacher tried to tackle the problem of students tagging and writing on their desks by providing them with paper on each desk to draw on - then, he hung them on the wall. Great idea!
Student art - Imgur
reddit: the front page of the internet
They have a subreddit for teachers. It’s cool! I subscribed to it. Check it out!
I really need to check out reddit more this summer! I wish someone would have done their webliography exploration of reedit :)
this speaks to society on so many levels.
well done pixar
Reminds me of our gender talk today
What is the most significant moment for Harry in the Sorcerer’s Stone? Justify your tweeted answer.
I think that the most significant moment for Harry in the Sorcerer’s Stone is when he finds out that he’s a wizard. This opens up a world of possibility that didn’t exist before and introduces hope to his life. <3
I read “Fun Home,” a graphic novel by a local author named Alison Bechdel, last year in one of my genre classes. In doing the research for my genre project in this class, I came across something called the Bechdel test which was created by this author to identify gender bias in movies. If you actually stop to think about it, it is quite surprising how many action/adventure movies fail the Bechdel test.
You should refer to this in your media workshop!
Some people have asked to read the commencement address I delivered this morning to the 2013 graduates of Butler University. So here it is.
My own commencement speaker, who shall remain nameless, began with a lame joke about how these speeches only come in two varieties: Short and bad. This…