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Transitioning to Teaching Online – Contemporary Issues in Youth Development, OER Project

This is another post in my series on developing my Adolescent and Youth Development for Youthworkers class as an online course for this fall. The series begins with Part 1. The last 6 posts about this teaching transition have been about course content. They are: Content Updates Chapter 1 – Ourselves as Youth Chapter 2 […]

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Transitioning to Teaching Online – Contemporary Issues in Youth Development, Chapter 5: Youth Development and Youth Work

This is another post in my series on developing my Adolescent and Youth Development for Youthworkers class as an online course for this fall. The series begins with Part 1. This is “Chapter” 5 of the interactive and experiential OER I will develop with my students this fall. This will likely be module 5 / […]

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Transitioning to Teaching Online – Contemporary Issues in Youth Development, Chapter 4: Identity and Development

This is another post in my series on developing my Adolescent and Youth Development for Youthworkers class as an online course for this fall. The series begins with Part 1. This is “Chapter” 4 of the interactive and experiential OER I will develop with my students this fall. This will likely be module 4 / […]

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Transitioning to Teaching Online – Contemporary Issues in Youth Development, Chapter 3: The Politics of Youth Development

This is another post in my series on developing my Adolescent and Youth Development for Youthworkers class as an online course for this fall. The series begins with Part 1. This is “Chapter” 3 of the interactive and experiential OER I will develop with my students this fall. This will likely be module 3 / […]

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Transitioning to Teaching Online – Contemporary Issues in Youth Development, Chapter 2: Adolescence

This is another post in my series on developing my Adolescent and Youth Development for Youthworkers class as an online course for this fall. The series begins with Part 1. This is “Chapter” 2 of the interactive and experiential OER I will develop with my students this fall. This will likely be module 2 / […]

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New Learning OpenTogether The Deep WIth

Transitioning to Teaching Online – Contemporary Issues in Youth Development, Chapter 1: Ourselves as Youth

This is another post in my series on developing my Adolescent and Youth Development for Youthworkers class as an online course for this fall. The series begins with Part 1. This is “Chapter” 1 of the interactive and experiential OER I will develop with my students this fall. This will likely be module 1 / […]

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How I Learn; How It Teaches Me to Teach

This reflection is written at the prompting of my participation in OpenBrookes’ First Steps in Learning and Teaching MOOC. I feel as though I constantly refine my understanding of how I learn. Fundamental to how I learn are three factors: (1) a sense that what I am learning has relevance to my life, (2) the […]

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A vision for a PARCMOOC (pronounced: PARK MOOC)

Okay, yes, the name is ridiculous. But I think there’s something in this idea. I want to mashup Participatory Action Research (PAR) and a Connectivist MOOC (cMOOC). I have a few topics in mind, but the organizing idea is actually most important to me at this point. The fact that it could be called a […]

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Learning from Early Childhood Education – Two Pedagogy Nerds Contemplate What Higher Ed Might be Overlooking

Co-Written with Marisol Brito. Originally posted at the University of Minnesota’s Techniques in Teaching and Learning blog. Learning from Early Childhood Educational Practices My son has just turned three and, as a self-proclaimed pedagogy nerd it is not surprising that I currently geek-out by reading up on Magda Gerber or the Reggio Emilia approach to childhood education […]

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“The Educative Committee”

I was sitting this evening with a small group of students that are working as TAs for one of the classes I am teaching this Fall semester. On one of our many tangents, we spoke about one of our students and talked about how we had each relayed information about our interactions with this student […]