End of Challenge

I only lasted a few days on this challenge, but I wont consider it a failure. This challenge helped me meet my goal of becoming more comfortable putting my ideas in a public space. I may not blog daily or even weekly, but I will continue to blog and share ideas.

Teaching in the Age of Knowledge Abundance

For the past few weeks I have been pondering ideas for a new faculty development effort that takes into account the unique nature of knowledge in 2015. I am hashing out details for a cohort based series titled Teaching in the Age of Knowledge Abundance. The term knowledge abundance came to my attention during a Keynote […]

Day 5 of 30-Day Challenge

Ok, only 4 days in and I blew it. I missed day 4 of my 30-day blogging challenge. Oh well, I am giving myself a pass since it was a national holiday.  Here we go with Day 5. When I sat down today, I thought I would be ready to revisit the idea of connected […]

Day 3 of 30

“I said schools as we know them now, they’re obsolete. I’m not saying they’re broken. It’s quite fashionable to say that the education system’s broken. It’s not broken. It’s wonderfully constructed. It’s just that we don’t need it anymore. It’s outdated.” -Sugata Mitra- TED talk 2013 I truly didn’t think I would be inspired to write much today, but […]

Day 2 of 30-Day Challenge

On day 2 of this challenge,  I must admit I didn’t realize how hard it would be to force myself to sit down at my computer on a Saturday afternoon to write. This blogging challenge may be harder than I thought. Luckily, inspiration for an idea came quickly once I got myself to the computer. Today, […]

30-Day Blogging Challenge

I may be crazy and I may fail, but I am challenging myself to 30-days of blogging. I mentioned this to a few of my colleagues and indeed they thought I was nuts. I understand their reaction, 30 days of blogging is a big commitment. I am taking this challenge after seeing a 30-day blogging challenge […]