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In a recent professional development course on using Moodle and blended learning, I was asked if students could mark the rubric in Moodle just as a teacher does. My initial response was ‘no.’ However, after thinking about this question, I realized there is a way in Moodle to provide a student with the ability to score his or her own rubric.
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Study participants are needed for a research project regarding online faculty satisfaction, faculty identity, and communities of practice. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VHKJRN2 My name is Julie ...
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Believe you can improve and you have taken the first step towards achieving your goal.
If we value the processes of learning, creating, thinking and collaborating more than we value the finished product we send a message to our students that we see learning as a continuous act with mistakes, failures and refinement as essential components
This fascination with publishing as the path to perfect finished works persists in the digital age only when the very nature of digital works as open to constant refinement and reworking is ignored.
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A digital work of art, of music of writing is never truly finished, it grows and transforms over time.
'Woe to you the day it is said that you are finished! To finish a work? To finish a picture? What nonsense! To finish it means to be through with it, to kill it, to rid it of its soul – to give it its final blo
the foundation required for a culture that values process over product.
What must be avoided is a belief that mistakes are to be accepted without an equal emphasis on identifying and understanding their causes.
odder for the next lesson
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