We are pleased to share the resources from our internet radio broadcast and twitter chat with Ron Canuel last night.
Download the podcast [here], and the twitter chat has been captured in Storify. Keep the conversation going at #ossemooc.
As a courtesy reminder there will not be an OSSEMOOC open mic session May 5th due to schedule complexities. We encourage you to extend your personal learning through other self directed approaches.
We look forward to you joining us on May 12 when Alan Levine @cogdog and Darren Kuropatwa @dkuropatwa share their collaborative work around digital storytelling.
Your OSAPAC OSSEMOOC Team.
On Tuesday April 28th, we welcome guest Ron Canuel from the Canadian Education Association (CEA) as we discuss the importance of ‘courage‘ in education leadership.
Please note: Due to travel complexities we will be using a different approach for our session tonight. Tune in to our internet radio broadcast at 8:00 EDT to listen to Ron’s presentation. Our discussion will happen through a twitter using the #ossemooc hash tag.
We look forward to your participation.
Your OSAPAC OSSEMOOC team.
Back in November, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to learn from Dean Shareski (@shareski) along with educators from throughout Northwestern Ontario (at SeLNO, the Symposium for eLearning in Northwestern Ontario).
The key take-away for me was Dean’s concern for the missing aspect of “joy” in our learning environments – our schools.
Last week, I was so pleased to see that my friends at HWDSB had the opportunity to ponder the same message.
Shouldn’t the places where we all go to learn be full of joy?
Shouldn’t we be concerned that so many students hate school (and teachers)?
If students graduated with a love of learning, and a love of school, would it still be viable to attack public educators for political gain?
What’s standing in the way of joy in school?
This picture & post shared by Donna Miller Fry.