Category Archives: Online learning

Not a silly bus, but it does get you to your destination with a smile

Both the Ko text and the video focused on the syllabus in its role before and during the class-to help students understand the flow of learning activities; to find relevant resources that demonstrate or represent one view of a topic … Continue reading

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Week 4 in Review

While I recognize that this late post might not benefit me in terms of meeting the certificate requirements, I still believe it to be useful to document what I’ve learned this week. It is a good thing that I was … Continue reading

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A Hat Trick in the 3rd Period

Just before this class week ends, let me post the goals I’ve decided to challenge myself with as a result of the insights I discovered that are mentioned in the previous post. (1) Given my interest in Recognition of Prior … Continue reading

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Engels, Mcluhan and Voltaire walk into a classroom…

This week has been a series of insights beginning (appropriately) with the Beginners’ Questionnaire. A score of 9 made me feel like a bit of a socialist (my undergrad was in Russian studies). Like the image below, it seems like … Continue reading

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Week 2 reflections

It’s good to be home, the weather has been sunny, and other than the chaos of returning to a full desk and some unexpected home maintenance, things are back to normal. In contrast the material for Week 2 has been … Continue reading

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franklearns…In the beginning

I’m happy to be able to post this blog for the MiraCosta Online Teaching program-I’ve been travelling the past couple of days and had promises of Wi-Fi accessible hotels turn out to be wishful thinking on the part of hotel … Continue reading

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