I seem to be having increasing problems with people being able to post comments to my site, and in the spirit of #ConnectedLearning and the Teaching with WordPress #TWP15 mooc, wonder if anybody can offer any suggestions for what may be causing these things or how to handle them? For all I know, these issues may have Continue reading “Problem with WP Comments: Help!”
When I traveled recently in Germany on holiday, it was at the end of the #rhizo15 experience, when we were challenged en masse to reconsider learning objectives and even course (learning) content itself. While the formal period of this is now behind us, I find I need some form of closure (even for a course that does not, really, have an actual end). I have been trying to formulate what I learned in the #rhizo15 “course” for some time, and I realize I just need to write about it and see how it resonates.
Rhizomatic learning in the #rhizo15 experience covered roughly Continue reading “When My Reality Is THE Reality”
I started to understand things in a nice, and safe, dualistic way. Things were not like this, they are rather like that. Problematic areas of Germany’s past are expressed Continue reading “Why the Duality? or What is it with German History?”
While I have not finished processing my experiences with #rhizo15, I seem to have fallen into the clutches of another fascinating, open course, Teaching with WordPress. For those who may be interested in checking it out, the Twitter tag and conversations occur here #TWP15.
Now, I have been using WordPress for years for my blog, though have not been doing much with it until recently.
One of the things that enticed me to register and attend Continue reading “Teaching with WordPress via Curated Readings on Open Learning”