My Vision (and Search) for a Connectivist Graduate Program

Studens throwing their graduation caps to form a semicircle in the air in front of a sunset.
For the last year, I’ve been contemplating graduate school. I’m still researching and evaluating various programs around the world, but I wanted to take a second and reflect on what I desire from a graduate program. I have many answers to this question, but let me expand upon this idea: I want a graduate degree program where students teach … Continue reading My Vision (and Search) for a Connectivist Graduate Program

Thank You For Amplifying Love

Over the past several days, I have been surrounded by the thoughts and prayers of loved ones. Even though Grandmommy passed away last week, I am learning new things about her everyday since people are sharing their memories and photographs on ellenjayne.keeganslw.com. Consequently, I wanted to take a moment and highlight a few memories others have shared … Continue reading Thank You For Amplifying Love

Summer Updates & Grandmother Passing

Piano Keys
Goodness, so many things are going on at the moment. At work I have been focused on all the training programs I am developing and facilitating this summer and upcoming semester. Additionally, I want to share some awesome things I have been working on in Canvas. Between itching to write about Canvas and my experiences from recently attending InstructureCON … Continue reading Summer Updates & Grandmother Passing

Technology Enabled Learning – GTA Seminar

Tuesday, I had the opportunity to lead a seminar at the Graduate Teaching Academy (GTA), which is a program hosted by CTE that “seeks to promote and maintain a standard of teaching excellence amongst graduate students at the University of Oklahoma.” This seminar started with everyone brainstorming their favorite classroom activities as Paper Tweets. Together, we generated a … Continue reading Technology Enabled Learning – GTA Seminar

Technology Enabled Learning – GTA Seminar

Tuesday, I had the opportunity to lead a seminar at the Graduate Teaching Academy (GTA), which is a program hosted by CTE that “seeks to promote and maintain a standard of teaching excellence amongst graduate students at the University of Oklahoma.” This seminar started with everyone brainstorming their favorite classroom activities as Paper Tweets. Together, we generated a … Continue reading Technology Enabled Learning – GTA Seminar