I’m still working out what I’d like to put here. Here are some things I do know. I’m inspired by posts like this one, from the Domain of One’s Own at the University of Mary Washington. I’ve had a professional Twitter account since spring 2016, and I’ve really enjoyed the way it’s changed my job and the way I view my connection to the education community. I’m interested in the idea of using a digital space to change the way we view learning, a space which is disconnected from Blackboard, disconnected from the rhythm of terms and the silo-ing of course numbers. I’d like to have a space where I can have on-going projects for students to check out, and contribute to. I’d like to have a space to hold on to work that I do during the semester. I might like to have a space where I blog regularly about ed matters, though to be honest I have a short attention span so I’m not sure I’d make a good blogger. So here it is. Let’s see what happens.
- In pchem today put the derivation on the board and asked the students to explain it. https://t.co/H2ipX5Y5Ck 10 months ago
- There is nothing like handing back a giant stack of graded work and knowing you don’t have to carry it anymore. https://t.co/AN8C8Xqac3 10 months ago
- Thing I wish I’d learned in school: how to write something that is good enough to distribute to students without fussing over it all day. 10 months ago
- Kepler says that packing up and going to work is a bad idea. https://t.co/WxE5mVI8Jv 10 months ago
- Grading a very difficult midterm while watching Harry Potter 7.2 might not be the best idea. Starting to feel like Voldemort… 10 months ago
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