Monthly Archives: June 2014

Reflections on Media Enhanced Learning, An Overview

    After 7 weeks of thinking, networking and working with educational technology I have come away with a deeper understanding of the implications of the networked classroom.  I have a stronger desire to stay current and to use these … Continue reading

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The Learning Community

I welcome laptops and smartphones into my classroom; my classes have closed FaceBook groups, that I hope will be a tremendous long-term resource to myself and my students. Yet sometimes when I look out at a sea of bent heads … Continue reading

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Desire2Learn

On Wednesday I went to meet with the Chief Instructor of Piping Trades at BCIT.  I had been talking to one of the Associate Deans of the School of Construction of the Environment about Pidp 3240 and wanting to incorporate … Continue reading

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Just the Practice

I’ve been practicing yoga for some 23 years now.  I’ve taken classes with perhaps a 100 different teachers, from raw beginners to world-famous teachers. It’s amazing but yoga always “works”.  It can be challenging to evaluate the quality of instruction: the … Continue reading

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Look me in the eyes!!

Part of my practice as a yogi is to deliberately put myself in situations or positions where I am uncomfortable and to then spend some time there.  This not only helps me work out areas of muscle soreness or tightness … Continue reading

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