The Ontario Extend 9x9x25 Challenge

In October I am going to try to participate in the Ontario Extend 9x9x25 blogging challenge – 9 posts over 9 weeks each post at least 25 sentences long reflecting on teaching & learning. With any luck, this post should be the first to appear in a newly created 9x9x25 category on this blog, which … 

 

A network learning moment for an #RRUMALAT learner

Catching up on some blog reading yesterday and came across a post from Audrey Watters where she referenced the work of one of the students in the RRU MALAT program. More formally, one of George Veletsianos’ students used my work in an “epic rap battle,” and frankly it is so amazing that I just might … 

 

Having a Gasta at #ALTC

This is post #2 of my ALTC reflection. You can read my post 1 recap of the keynotes. A few weeks before ALTC, Maren Deepwell reached out to me to see if I would be interested in participating in their Gasta talks. “Sure!” I said, followed quickly by “Um, what is a gasta talk?” Turns … 

 

Reflecting on #ALTC – Part 1

Back home after spending the past 10 days on a fantastic work/life trip in England & France, spurred on by an opportunity to attend the annual ALT conference in Manchester last week. ALT-C is a conference I have wanted to attend for many years, and I am happy that the stars aligned this year, giving … 

 

#ALTC and Other Fall Highlights

Like many of you, I am starting to put the wraps on a fantastic summer and starting to gear up for a busy fall. In a few days, I begin facilitating a new course for the Royal Roads MALAT program that I’ve been working on this spring and summer with George Veletsianos. At BCcampus, I …