Tag Archives: open education

Moving Out Of My Comfort Zone…

I’ve been musing this week on how I share and how I might increase my participation in open sharing.  I really like the ‘idea’ of sharing, but sometimes I find it very difficult to do so.  Not because I don’t … Continue reading

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Investigating OER: LabSpace

This week’s challenge was to review and critique Open Educational Resources.  After scanning a few of the suggested resources, I found I was most intrigue by LabSpace.  Being a science teacher, my first thought was, “An entire site dedicated to … Continue reading

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Everything Is A Remix

Copyright.  Copyleft.  I’ve been through the readings, videos, classmates’ blogs, vlogs and back again, and I still am not sure if I have a definitive stance on which is the best choice.  Rip: A Remixer’s Manifesto stirred up a cyclone … Continue reading

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Share Everything

All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum Most of what I really need To know about how to live And what to do and how to be I learned in kindergarten. Wisdom was not … Continue reading

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