While it hasn’t blossomed with a wealth of open online participation (yet…?) this semester, the blended and open structure of #introguitar – as well as the new site design and digs courtesy of Alan Levine‘s WordPress blessings – has created an anthology of learning about guitar for both my own block of Introduction to Guitar, […]Read more "The HS Music MOOC"
Hey (#IntroGuitar) folks! Here’s a brief example of how you might contribute a course introduction during our first few weeks of class this semester. You can see many others here. While open online participants are free to jump in and begin on any particular assignment they like, even a short video introduction to yourself and […]Read more "#IntroGuitar Course Welcome & Introduction"
Each spring the TALONS undertake an In-Depth Study, a five month “passion project” wherein they are asked to document their growth and learning toward personalized goals in learning a skill or craft. There are two universal goals for the In-Depth Study: 1. Know something about everything and everything about something. In school you are usually […]Read more "An Open Learning Project"
Identifying a research problem consists of specifying an issue to study, developing a justification for studying it, and suggesting the importance of the study for select audiences that will read the report. John W. Creswell While it acknowledges that “Participating in elections is the essential starting point of any democratic system,” Elections Canada’s own working paper […]Read more "Identifying a Research Problem"
Teaching and learning in the open is wild. Anything can happen and hopefully it does… GNA Garcia We’re a few weeks into the open-online experiment that has been our school’s pilot Philosophy 12 course, enough time to pause and – yes – reflect on what has begun to emerge from the medium, course content, and […]Read more "First few weeks of #Philosophy12"