It's been awhile. I last posted March 14 just as the pandemic shut down and the "pivot" to emergency remote learning was starting. I usually use this blog space for long, tedious arguments or expansive explanations on theoretical and empirical phenomenon, both pedagogical and economic. For some reason I've never found the ability to: a. … Continue reading LiveTogether – LearnTogether
I just got back from the Domains19 conference and some thanks and perhaps observations are in order. It was a very interesting, stimulating, and useful conference. Frankly, I've come to expect nothing less from the ReclaimHosting crew: Jim, Tim, Lauren, Meredith, Judith, and Justin(?, we didn't meet yet, I think). It's a human level conference … Continue reading Domains19 Reflection, Well Really More of A Thanks.
I just got home from OER19. Time for a little reflection and a lot of gratitude. Gratitude First First up, let me thank everybody involved. OER has become without doubt my favorite conference/workshop of the year. I want to thank the people who put so much into making this conference so great and made such … Continue reading Prepare for Re-exit (OER19 Reflection)
I don't often blog about personal stuff. I usually write about ideas, economics, or education. This is an exception. It's on the long side. I understand if you haven't time to read it. I just need to share it. It's about some experiences I had and lessons I've learned. But like most of my posts, … Continue reading Accessible Lessons at Sea
We never really know. It just happens. I lost my sister this past week. Well, I guess people would call her my sister-in-law, but really she was like both my second sister and a brother I never had. 41 years. That's a long time. We take it for granted. It seems like our most loved … Continue reading What We Never Know