Reflections of a Prairie Teacher

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Month: July 2019

Final Course Blog

On the second day of classes this summer, we discussed a paper from Graham & Roberts on open pedagogy and…

Assignment 2 – 515

EVALUATION OF HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGY Hermeneutic Phenomenology (HP) involves the attempted marriage of two terms that may already fall under ontology/epistemology….

Assignment 2 – 568

A few years back, in conjunction with conversations with colleagues, I made the concerted effort to create re-testing opportunities for…

The Importance of Different Methodologies

When I began this program (not that long ago) I knew nothing of research methodologies. Now while I am by…

Ego-scrubbing

This week I have spent many hours checking by Twitter account for updates from my program colleagues and instructors, then…

Too Much Genius

Here is a nice sentence (of many I could have taken) from a reading I need to do in my…

Digital Advances and Jerks

In the search to break down the use of technology in research I came across this interesting piece by Dhiraj…

4R’s and Social Science

I am reflecting on are class visit by Dr. Veletsianos and our reading of some of his works.  His joint-investigations…

Mea Culpa (Latin for “Sorry”)

Although I was assigned blogging as part of the reflective practice for my course work, I did zero investigation into…

Privacy Information

My class finished today by having a discussion with Jesse Miller (@mediatedreality) regarding online safety, privacy and professionalism. We have…

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