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Half Empty or Half Full?

After a few days away from the #ds106 Daily Create due to work and school, I popped back in today and was intrigued with the invitation: #tdc1484 Half empty or half full? Perhaps that is not the right question all the time, as sometimes a half is better than the whole.

Today is Earth Day. So What?! Foster an Elephant!

Today, April 22, is Earth Day, "a day to honor the Earth and the concept of peace." While there are lots of ways to think of today, which just happens to be a beautiful spring day in New York City where I am, the Earth Day Network offers lots of suggestions for calls to action. Sure,…

2013 Has Come and Gone; How Did I Do?

The end of 2013 has come and gone, and no better time than the present to consider how I did with my 2013 Intentions for the year. I posted these on the top of my site so they would always be at the ready. Let's review what I intended and how well I did. I…

Does Collective Learning = Organizational Exploitation? #change11

I had a really interesting comment from Allison Littlejohn in reaction to the Week 4 #change11 MOOC discussion on Collective Learning we are having this week. In her examples about collective learning in organizations or the workplace (or even academia), they all involve crowdsourcing or wisdom of crowds or greater learning by the collective than individually.…

Ken Robinson: Changing Education Paradigms & #change11

I just came across this thought-provoking video Ken Robinson: Changing Education Paradigms, and thought others who may have missed it may find the visualization of the TED talk engaging. It does certainly resonate with the collective learning work of Allison Littlejohn in this week's #change11 MOOC course!