I told myself I’d get up with the sunrise I told myself I’d get up with the sun And I would be ready – shake sleep from my eyes Put my feet on the ground put the positive on Though the morning has chosen to be very chilly Still the sky is open to letting ∞
The short eight minutes that it takes The sunlight to arrive at earth Transform the energetic waves From violent to light and warmth Spinning inferno, raging sun Surface boiling with storms and light First Leaping out, then pulling in Storms interrupting satellites A dynamo, the iron core envelopes the earth within it Should share shading, ∞
Here is a link to the talk I did on Eliciting Learner Knowledge (ELK) on Tuesday March 13th at 2:45-4:00pm. Let me know if you have questions! ELK NARST For more information on practice spaces in general, here’s the practice space page on the Teaching Systems Lab website. TSL Practice Spaces for Teacher Preparation
Do teaching simulations have to be high tech and costly to be effective? We don’t think so! Here are the slides from today’s talk and some links as resources. Teacher Moments Slides AACTE2018 <– click for slides from March 3 2018 Teacher Moments <– click for the Teacher Moments site Practice Spaces for Teaching -<– click for all ∞
Noteworthy Apps in VR Jan 2018 What’s going on at MIT Collaborative Learning Environments in VR https://education.mit.edu/portfolio_page/clevr Overviews on VR “From Augmented to Virtual Learning: Affordances of Different Mixes of Reality for Learning” – Eric’s upcoming talk 1/25/18 Clay Bavor, google’s vp of vr+ar, giving a display talk in june. One quote from it: “VR can ∞
The reflection of the moon in the pond is a reflection of a reflection – the pond reflects the moon, which reflects the sun. sometimes reflect and regret are so close- that they almost touch (Reflecting is something I often do. Perhaps too much. ) Sometimes I reflect someone who is so bright – I ∞
While I am not a mushroom fanatic, I have been amazed at all of the mushrooms I have noticed this year! I take pictures of the really neat ones, and give them names based on what they look like.