I am nearly finished revising my narrative inquiry paper for my Module 2 class, which is due tonight. The more I am processing and reprocessing the Analysis and Presentation section of the paper, the more I am beginning to appreciate narrative inquiry.
Learning to use it here for the first time (or rather, this is [...]
I started considering some of the things I learned in yesterday’s posting, and want to continue this work a little more today, this time considering our guiding question, “What really matters in my professional practice?” from a different perspective. I want to consider a bit about what I learned that has changed the way I [...]
While I am busily revising my paper to meet my deadline on Wednesday, there is another assignment that begins on Thursday, one that has been an undercurrent through my work over the past 2 months — my Learning Journal. We were invited to begin consiering the question ”What really matters in my professional practice?” by [...]
This week in CPsquare’s Foundations of Communities of Practice (CoP) workshop, Etienne Wenger will be facilitating our work around various domain issues, as we break down into smaller communities within the context of our larger community that comprises the workshop.We have already had a whirlwind week with hundreds of community postings. So many of our [...]
Anybody out there planning to attend the Networked Learning Conference in May of 2010 in Aalborg, Denmark? If so, you may find the Hot Seats that just began an interesting way to engage in discussion and get the juices flowing prior to the conference. The first one, facilitated by Caroline Haythornthwaite on Learning Networks, is [...]
In the same way that it can be a humbling experience to offer peer review, it can be downright distressing to receive it!
I have noticed 2 tendencies, now that I received my Lancaster paper back for its first revision. The first is–the reviewers missed my point; how can they say that?! The second is–ok, [...]
I wrote about an interesting concept that is developing in my Foundations of CoP workshop, where it seems a number of us are working on PhD studies. I wanted to share my thoughts here about my own program at Lancaster, both because our current task (aside from revising my paper, where I get my feedback [...]
So, tonight begins CPsquare’s Foundations of Communities of Practice workshop. I have thought about taking this before, but neither the time nor the funding was flowing easily, so what better time than the present?!
I will be in the capable hands of Etienne Wenger, the CoP (Communities of Practice) guru, John D. Smith, a [...]
Is there any way to get FaceBook notifications when people “like” something? # Awake early yet again walking the dogs. Trying to get some work done before I leave for the office. # I just updated the little blurb about me on the right side of my blog http://bit.ly/2d4Xqq # Decided to register for [...]
In the office early trying to catch up a bit. # The Leno skit with President Obama was quite funny. # Seinfeld is wonderful on Leno. How does Jerry still look and sounds the best. Hard to believe his show has been off for 11 years. # Leno; “If you are going to sleep [...]