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Another dot in the blogosphere?

I am an edu-explorer. I promise to walk on the edge of reason and let you know what I see. I use this blog to think out loud. If this promotes informal sharing and learning on technology integration issues, thank serendipity!

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One good seriesashleytan

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 23:43:16 +0000

I am currently watching a National Geographic documentary series, One Strange Rock. It is narrated by the actor Will Smith and helmed by filmmaker and writer Darren Aronofsky. Video source I have watched two episodes so far, Gasp and Storm, and they have left me breathless. The series combines non-linear storytelling and beautiful cinematography to […]

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Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:41:02 +0000

This teacher’s generous sharing is a good example of an open classroom practice. Trials and Tribulations of Gradeless Biology #edsg — Dr Ashley Tan (@ashley) April 21, 2018 It is also an example of Cuban’s description of practitioners often being experience or practice rich but theory poor. “Experience Rich, Theory Poor:” The Plight of […]

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127:1 vs 10:1?ashleytanbalance scale by winnifredxoxo, on Flickr

Tue, 17 Apr 2018 23:49:37 +0000

I was a graduate student when I first found out about the disproportionate amount of time it took to prepare e-learning resources. The ratio of development time (input) to learning time (output) varies. A fairly recent and oft quoted study by Chapman cited 127 developmental hours for every hour of e-learning (127:1). This ratio was […]

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