The Adaptable Scholar

Has technology encouraged a new approach to scholarship? Madeline Brookes recommended Martin Weller’s new(ish) book The Digital Scholar to me at the last #Learning2 in Asia.  Weller articulates the moment we are in: a time and place where education is needing to...

Look What PD Made You Do

Networked flickr photo by nrg_crisis shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC) license Why invest time in portfolios? As we continue to explore portfolios/reflection as a part of our strategic plan this year, we are bound to come back to the question above again and...

Blogger’s Block: A quick remedy

generator.x show flickr photo by jared shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license What can nine post-it notes do for your next post? I think of this space as a sandbox for thinking. Blogs can be a place to curate questions, ruminate, ideate and more. Seth...

Intentional Introversion

quiet flickr photo by hoodoo youdo shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-ND) license A little Quiet is quintessential for schools Schools are remarkably social places. Conversations are the lifeblood of a healthy campus, and each of us has a role to play in shaping...

Portfolios for Geographers: Mapping out the Mindset

What is the potential for portfolios in a geographer’s world? Let’s look at samples of Geographers preserving, curating and collecting insight in their virtual worlds: 1. Jeremy Crampton   University of Kentucky Prof in Geography Dept. Originally from the...