Category Archives: Creative Commons

The Hour of the Genius

Looking Back In this Course 1 blog post, I discussed the use of Flipped Classroom Pedagogy in Elementary Schools (feel free to click on those links to read up on a collection of wonderful ideas and examples). Since then, I have taken every opportunity to integrate … Continue reading

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Casting A Critical Eye

As we work through the COETAIL Courses, I find each new set of readings endlessly fascinating. It has been an absolute joy to rethink different aspects of teaching, and doubly so to collaborate with thoughtful and reflective practitioners around the … Continue reading

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Course 2 Final Project

Introducing The Team This project was formed through a truly global, collaborative process. I formed a group with Brian Weisenstein and Gene Marie Chagaris; so as a result created this project with course mates in different countries, cultures and time zones. We also … Continue reading

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Copycats Assemble!

…individuals should initiate digital citizenship education in their own sphere of influence…” – Yuhyun Park on weforum.org. Confession Time OK, I admit it. Issues like copyright, fair use and remix culture scare me. It is not that I believe that my online … Continue reading

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