Leave it to those pesky #western106 folks to demand (ok, challenge us) to write a verse of the lousy song Home on the Range. Lousy insofar as I could never relate to the song at all; a home on the range never appealed to me. In fact, it downright terrifies me, but that is for another post. Perhaps.
I wanted to reply to Sarah’s recent post on her experiences related to rhizomatic research, and as much as I love Wordsworth, it is Whitman’s poem Whoever You Are Holding Me Now in Hand that came to mind as symbolic of what rhizomatic research is. The entire poem is fantastic, so much so that I will reprint it here to make it easier to consider how Rhizomatic Learning and its various incarnations seem to speak to us in the words Whitman used Continue reading “Musing on Rhizo Research”
I have been thinking a log about my work, career, teaching, learning, and accomplishing my PhD, all of which leave me wondering about my next steps. Perhaps this is (not) helped with the creative juices in #CLmooc, but Continue reading “What do I want to do next? A Poem”
Perhaps my reMEDIAtion this week comes in a pair of poems? This is a follow-up to Continue reading “I know stuff, but what do I know?”
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”
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”