Daily Digest for May 3rd

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@nathanjurgenson @svial @bonstewart @savasavasava Happy to share, pending reviewer feedback. I usually do not jinx it by mentioning at all! [jeffreykeefer]
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@Velixious Excellent! It will be a short wait, thankfully! #SMSociety13 [jeffreykeefer]
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@mctoonish @AlisonSeaman I have tried Twitter with my students on more than one occasion, and oddly get little interest or usage from them. [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman Can you share some more info about this?!?! [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman Did you submit something for #SMSociety13 ? [jeffreykeefer]
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RT @Comprof1: Glad to see someone sees the importance of SUNY for eco dev of NY https://t.co/kAkjbTr6GF #phdchat #SUNY No SUNY=bad news fo… [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman Yes, I got it in just in time! Let’s just hope the reviewers like it, as I will not be able to attend #SMSociety13 without it. [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman @mctoonish Agreed; I keep trying! [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman Maybe they will still accept something if you ask (and have something ready)??#SMSociety13 [jeffreykeefer]
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@literarychica Never meant much to me, but I do not do much as an alum with any unis where I studied. May change that with @LancasterUni [jeffreykeefer]
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@literarychica Good luck . . . not an easy thing. [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman That looks great! #Tlt13 [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman Too bad . . . would have been nice to see you there. [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman Look at me, talking as if I am going!! [jeffreykeefer]
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@AlisonSeaman @mctoonish Enjoy #TLt13 – sounds wonderful. [jeffreykeefer]
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@Comprof1 You planning to attend? [jeffreykeefer]
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Headed to an all-day workshop on nursing simulation education. Interested to see how they are used in teaching and learning. [jeffreykeefer]
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Arrived late to the nursing sim workshop. Could not find Bellevue Hospital. When did it get a new facade? [jeffreykeefer]
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Interesting jump start onto the simulations. The 3 of us who are not clinicians looked on with amazement at how people snapped into roles. [jeffreykeefer]
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Vote for a date for #AdjunctChat by 5/6. What community of support do you want or need as an #adjunct? Please RT http://t.co/ipbHlJOeMw [jeffreykeefer]
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I left the simulation workshop today as a discussion about a container for a safe space became very uncomfortable. [jeffreykeefer]
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Alas, to raise issues of learner confidentiality and then not tolerate dissent is problematic if one then wants to focus on trust. [jeffreykeefer]
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Having left the all-day simulation workshop as I was told to agree with the confidentiality statement raised 2 hours in or leave, I learned. [jeffreykeefer]
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I learned that when we give class rules or expectations and are not readily prepared for dissent, then we set the stage for problems. [jeffreykeefer]
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That is a good experiential lesson as I will now rethink how I raise these issues in my own classes. Painful learning, but valuable. [jeffreykeefer]
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What is the point of asking people to be honest in a learning situation if our rules and processes will not tolerate dissent? [jeffreykeefer]
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The irony is that others in the session seem to have agreed with the confidentiality, then it seems none should talk about this issue later! [jeffreykeefer]
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How realistic is it to believe nobody will discuss the issue of the only person to leave a workshop due to not agreeing with the rules? [jeffreykeefer]
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Is it realistic to think the course facilitators or grant representatives will not debrief this to avoid issues happening again? [jeffreykeefer]
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Alas, confidentiality means things on various levels, and discussing but not tolerating dissent or considering implications is unfortunate. [jeffreykeefer]
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Perhaps this may turn into a day of great learning after all – what to do, what not to do, and how to make sense of it on a personal level. [jeffreykeefer]
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Interesting how learning occasions may sneak up on us unaware, with some of them coming through challenging processes. [jeffreykeefer]
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No transformative experience to be sure, but rather insights into implications of things we say and do in learning that are often unexplored [jeffreykeefer]

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