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    Archive for September, 2008

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    The New Look and Feel

    Yes, you’re at the right place. I gave the blog a bit of a makeover. I started to feel like the old template was a bit dreary. This new theme is called GenkiTheme developed by Ericulous. Apparently, Genki means “cheerfulness, vibrancy and vitality” in Japanese. So, it certainly contrasts with the last theme. Other benefits […]

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    What I Learned This Week (WILTWeek)

    I’m starting a new weekly segment here that I’m calling What I Learned This Week, which will hereafter be dubbed WILTWeek.  Most of what I do with this blog is about sharing my learning, but in this segment I will make that learning more succinct and explicit.  I hope this segment will serve as a […]

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    You say you want a revolution? (take two)

    On April 16 of this year, I wrote a post entitled “You say you want a revolution?”  In it, I wrote of true visions of the future of education, with particular reference to writing by Dale Mann and a white paper by Roger Schank and Kemi Jona.  I often ask my students to read the […]

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    Adding a virtual community to a f-2-f one

    For months now, I’ve been trying to figure out how to develop an online community to enhance our programs within the Department of Educational Leadership at VCU.  Currently, each course has its own Blackboard space.  We also send lots of e-mails to students, though sadly we don’t even have good e-mail groups in our e-mail […]

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    Damn you, PLN!

    This coming Tuesday will be my 3 year-old son’s first day of preschool.  I’m as excited as I am petrified.  I feel REALLY good about the school we chose, and I hope he likes it as much as my wife and I do.  That said, this is not a post about separation anxiety or even […]

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