This poem comes from a week of struggling with Make Cycle #2: Re(MEDIA)te With Me. I have struggled with this topic Continue reading “Sometimes I know what I don’t know”
OK, given the recent #CLmooc meme on CLMOOC Identity Shattering in Six Words I accepted @NomadWarMachine‘s challenge to create a #clPoem for this. I hope @grammasheri finds this an interesting addition!
The parameters include:
Challenge: Consider your beliefs. Using six words, arrange them as phrases read horizontally and vertically to express an essence of your identity.
So, here goes my attempt, Continue reading “Identity Shattering in (sorta) Six Words: A Poem”
Seems the #CLmooc overlords 😉 hope we end the week on an up-note, namely with a little (creative learning) game they call Find Five Fridays, #F5F. They post something for us to go find and then report out what it is. While this week’s invitation is to “find five people you’ve already made a connection with in Make Cycle #1,” I thought I would do something somewhat different (why not?).
Instead, I will mention Continue reading “Next Week’s Reading via #CLmooc’s #F5F”
Have you ever had the experience of trying to join a community but somehow, something or someone or some time or another just does not allow it to work out? Some experiences this past week inspired me to this poem, again in the spirit of Making via Continue reading “When community is not community: A #clPoem for #CLmooc”
We are finally up to our First Make Cycle in #CLmooc!
With this challenge, I will again reply with a poem, (following what I did here and here), maintaining my own response to Continue reading “Make Cycle One: My UnIntroduction”
While still waiting for the first #CLmooc Make Cycle, I am trying a little making of my own. As I said in my Connected Learning as Poetry post last week, I will explore making poetry over the next couple of weeks.
I am intrigued by yet one more #ConnectedLearning Mooc, this time a somewhat threatening one known as #CLmooc: the Connected Learning MOOC. Ironic that as I sit here working on this post, Sarah Honeychurch just shared a Tweet with a reference to a related poem. Small world.
While those who want to control education, open and interactive moocs may indeed be threatening experiences, yet this one is different — it is threatening because it is envision on a connected, maker model. It is described as:
a collaborative, knowledge-building and sharing experience open to anyone interested in making, playing, and learning together about the educational framework known as Connected Learning
Its threat is because Continue reading “Connected Learning as Poetry”