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Laura Gibbs
Dedicatedly digital... teaching online for 10+ years. :-)
Dedicatedly digital... teaching online for 10+ years. :-)
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quote He also noted the four “c’s” of learning (from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills): creativity, communication, collaboration, critical thinking — and then how Fablevision embraces the fifth “c” — compassion. Again and again, Paul reminded students to make an impact — a dot — upon the world, and that art has a role in changing the world for the bettr

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Their postcard packs are so nice! :-)
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... guilty ... :-)
*I admit it, too I am a collector"

I do precisely what Charles Chu who writes the weekly newsletter The Open Circle says so tellingly: Today, many of us struggle with a different form of “photocopying” — an ever-expanding pile of bookmarks, articles, and links culled from the endless web of the Internet. With photocopies, at least, you eventually run out of storage space. Oh, how true! Sorry, gotta go: it's time for a (npt so) quick cull . . .

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I am going to have so much fun re-exploring Aesop this summer; I wrote a little "essay" post about one of the fables (the first of many such posts I hope!), inspired by a FANTASTIC 15th-century illustration for the Aesopus Moralisatus that I found online at a digital library in Italy.
http://aesopsbooks.blogspot.com/2017/05/essay-ailing-kite-perry-324.html

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This looks very intriguing, but the first few questions got me so depressed about my (lack of) institutional context that I did not finish. :-)
Faculty Development Decision Guide - for online faculty development

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What a great list of words.
REPUDIATE. I don't think I have ever used that one in real life. Which I guess is a good sign! :-)
Andy Hollandbeck is the managing editor for the "Saturday Evening Post."

Yeah, that one. The one that we associate with Norman Rockwell covers. It's still around. 

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