Cross-posted at http://c21u.gatech.edu/blog/conversation-about-precision-academics-myk-garn-usg Over the past few weeks, several of us in C21U have been working with others at Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), Georgia State University (GSU), the University System of Georgia (USG), and USG eCampus to plan a series of events on “precision academics.” Precision academics is a relatively new term – we’re using it […]
Cross-posted at http://c21u.gatech.edu/blog/dreamers-doers-and-drivers-shapingedu On April 25, 129 educational innovators from around the world gathered in Scottsdale, Arizona to discuss the future of education. The event fostered a great deal of conversation and collaboration among participants due to its “unconference” format in which the agenda, speakers, and topics of discussion were determined throughout the conference proceedings. […]
Cross-posted at http://c21u.gatech.edu/blog/notes-iste-2016 “Why would someone from Georgia Tech attend ISTE?” That was the question posed to me by a fellow conference attendee last week. It’s a good question – ISTE is primarily focused on educational technology in the K-12 market. While there were a handful of higher ed-related sessions during the 2016 edition of […]
For my first ds106 assignment, I’ve chosen Make Your Own Ringtone. My first step was to find something around the house that makes a loud noise. Right on cue, my cat began meowing — it was time for dinner. So, I sampled her using GarageBand on my iphone and made an incredibly annoying ringtone.
2.5 years ago, our front bed looked barren and sparse (credit: Google Street View): Today, it’s overflowing with plants: This bed is roughly the same age as my daughter, and they’re growing at roughly the same speed. Fun to watch.
Originally posted on 10/21/2013 at enspire.com (since removed) As a child, my mother drove my sister and me 20 minutes to school each day (we attended school outside of our district). That’s a long, boring drive for a high-energy kid, so I invented a game to kill the time. Sitting in the front seat, I […]
Although the drought has not been kind to our turf grass, our backyard is shaping up nicely. Here are some historical photos of our progress over the past couple of years: January 2010 May 2010 June 2012