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WOL concerns, blow-by-(glass)blow counters

I had the pleasure of being able to share some ideas and practices about Working Out Loud/Showing Your Work (WOL) the other day with a group of Pacific Northwest educators. 890 more words

Social Learning

Around the World in Just a Few Hours

Yesterday I travelled the world. Not literally, obviously, but I opened my eyes and enjoyed a little adventure with Steve, my husband.

We only went out for my eye sight test which is quite funny when you think of what we ended up seeing. 700 more words

Blogging

The Role of Assessment in the Education Process

I’m not quite sure if I completely agree with how Newby, Stepich, Lehman, Russel and Ottenreit-Leftwich (2011) distinguish between assessment and evaluation. Newby et al. (2011, 234) define evaluation as “the process of gathering information from multiple sources in order to judge the merit or worth of a program, project, or entity” with the goal of improving “the instruction’s development and implementation”. 855 more words

Reflection

Wash, rinse, repeat. 


Image credit: Jane Swan | Pinterest

And so it goes, back to the start of the job search cycle.

Today, I found out that I didn’t get the most recent role I interviewed for. 393 more words

Thoughts

Advanced Learning Loans for our Adult Learners

24+ Advanced Learning Loans are available for eligible learners studying Level 3 or 4 courses which will cover the cost of tuition so that you do not need to pay upfront. 205 more words

Minehead

You win some, you lose some


There were ups and downs to today.

Ups:

  1. I got my shit together and went to the gym for the second day in a row (go me!)
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Thoughts