Glenis Joyce
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Thank you to Sages on the Side...#change11
Glenis Joyce, LEARNINGSTREAM....., Dec 08, 2011
Jaap, Carole McCulloch and brainysmurf responded to my post "Calling all Sages on the Side". Thank you. In the post I described my experience of setting up a PLE and invited comments from change11 participants. Jaap began the discussion with "Your PLE as it is now, does it work for you? Do you learn from [...] Thu, 08 Dec 2011 21:29:51 +0000 [Comment]

Calling all Sages on the Side: #change11
Glenis Joyce, LEARNINGSTREAM....., Dec 06, 2011
Several weeks ago, I drafted the following post. This week as I become immersed in the ideas of Clark Quinn, I wonder if any Change11 participants would care to take on the role of Sage on the Side. Suppose I am a learner in a course you are giving or a colleague and that I [...] Tue, 06 Dec 2011 18:13:49 +0000 [Comment]

A response to Tony Bates, #change11
Glenis Joyce, LEARNINGSTREAM....., Oct 23, 2011
Thank you for providing a comprehensive set of activities that enabled me to learn about a pressing challenge in post secondary education. Your webinar and book chapter highlighted the issues. The questions you posed in the webinar helped me think about the path of my own university with respect to managing technology to transform teaching. [...] Sun, 23 Oct 2011 23:49:39 +0000 [Comment]

Introduction and goals….#change2011
Glenis Joyce, LEARNINGSTREAM....., Sept 29, 2011
“An educated population is probably the least governable, the most likely to rebel, the most stubborn and the most critical. But it is a population capable of the most extraordinary things, because each person strides purposefully forward, and of their own volition, together, they seek a common destiny”. Stephen Downes from Access::Future Practical Advice on [...] Tue, 27 Sep 2011 08:13:54 +0000 [Comment]

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