Monthly Archives: December 2014

Crocheting Organization

When I first started crocheting I was concerned about my daughter getting into the projects and ripping all the yarn apart. It was frustrating enough when working on a project and having to rip 3 rows out just to fix … Continue reading

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Another class bites the dust

Photo Credit: Βethan via Compfight cc First and foremost thank you Alec (@courosa) and Katia (@kbhildebrandt) for opening my eyes to the world of social media and its use in education in the course #ECI831. The course was informative and … Continue reading

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Being a Connected Educator

Photo Credit: vaXzine via Compfight cc What does being a connected educator mean to you? Alec Couros talk at the end of the semester  really helped sum up what being connected means to me. Being connected means: 1. Being vulnerable … Continue reading

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Head in the clouds

Photo Credit: kevin dooley via Compfight cc Audrey Watters brought me down to earth with her talk of on-line harrassment of women, race, and sexual orienation. Companies are not doing anything about it. Why? Because the giants are ran by … Continue reading

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Major Digital Project Final

I have been busily spending hours finishing up the afghan I have been working on all semester along with some small projects on the side. There are a few things I have learned about learning in an on-line community. 1. … Continue reading

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