after my post about small and SMART goals on garfield’s blog, i got inspired to write another one at brainblogger about the pitfalls and benefits of goal setting, this time taking a bit more of an academic slant. larry ferlazzo took up that post and talked about goal setting in the classroom. it made me… Continue reading goals, learning and contracts
now i’m at a session on collaborative learning by michael yue and maria starosta. more live blogging! some of the impetus for this session came from the philosophers cafÃ© projects “collaborative learning is better than learning by yourself” presenter not an authority; he may have taken a bit more time to look into the topic… Continue reading collaborative learning
today, friends, you can find me over at middle zone musings, where i’m taking part in the blogapalooza question, “what have you learned in 2007?” but wait! before you go over there, i also want to take the opportunity to invite you once again to our big blog dinner party on january 30. please go… Continue reading blogapalooza, a thank you, and an invitation
need to shake up your brain a bit? play the STORR game – STOp-Reflect-Realize: what to do: print out a few copies of this page, and then tuck them away in places where you’ll stumble across them in the next week or so. whenever you come across this sheet: stop – reflect – realize you… Continue reading the STORR game
a few weeks ago i wrote a blog post, the scrunchie challenge, where i felt inspired by a post at monk at work to change a habit. i said i was going to keep a scrunchie on my wrist for three weeks, to remind me to ground myself whenever i wasn’t experiencing my body enough.… Continue reading thinking differently about success, failure and learning
okay, it’s fall, everyone back to school! dave has tagged me for a meme to develop some classes. here is the first one: (and an apology to my readers for the temporary appearance of this blog. this will change!) confucius on confusion 121 you’ve taken a philosophy course back in … when was it again… Continue reading learning. seriously.