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Hey All, Thanks for the comments, the ideas, and all the wit! Have a good summer. Thanks to our wonderful facilitators as well! I will miss our discussions, Sean Wilkinson Links: Unit 1: Unit 2: Unit 3: Unit 4: Unit 4 Asynchronous Response: Unit 5:... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2017 at writingwithmachines
There are a lot of points Warnock brings up in these chapters that I really enjoyed. Reading these chapters definitely made me more conscious of my current reading, use of quizzes, and discussion mediation. These are the main points that stood out to me: A few weeks ago I was... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2017 at writingwithmachines
Hi All, I am bummed I missed out on our synchronous setting. It looks like you had fun. Mic Check: In a nutshell, I would say the focus of my post for this week is discussion. I focused a lot of my response on Syrnyk’s reflection on bringing humanity to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2017 at writingwithmachines
Hi All, Here are the three points (moments) I found fascinating: “All our work becomes an artifact for the course that we refer to through the process of developing the writing project” (168). In the first week of my f2f course, we discuss what the writing process looks like (in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2017 at writingwithmachines
Hi All! First, I want to apologize for the brevity of this post. I have a teething toddler at home (just hit the molars), so sleep has been lacking and I am constantly being beckoned to act as a shoulder to chew on. There are two important elements to my... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2017 at writingwithmachines
I have started exploring Canvas in preparation for the upcoming shift. I find the Canvas interface to be more modern, and the ability to add in other tools really makes it exciting for me. I am currently using Blackboard—which my computer hates for some reason—and I have experience with Moodle,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2017 at writingwithmachines
The principles that drive my course are the ones that would seem to be the most difficult to migrate into an online environment. Chickering and Gamson identify my first concept as “contact between students and faculty,” but I would like to be a bit more specific and focus on Socratic... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2017 at writingwithmachines