Tag: coronavirus

We Lost Control of Our Faces

Welcome back all. This week I posted the following: Where I’m From – Learning Event #3 – Consider your own culture & where you’ve been. How are these people, values, practices, & places a part of you? Narrative for Tenure & Promotion – Sharing the Narrative for my Tenure and Promotion materials in an attempt…

Use Your Voice

Welcome back all. Stay safe. Mask up. This week I posted the following: Who Are You? – The 2021 iteration of WalkMyWorld started up. For those of you unaware, this is an open learning experiment where we encourage you to read, write, and connect online. Cognitive Bias & The Sunk Cost Fallacy – How do…

Infrastructure Influences Everything

Infrastructure Influences Everything Digitally Lit #266 – 10/31/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #266. Thanks for showing up this week. I hope you’re taking the time to recharge your batteries. This week I worked on the following: What’s Next? – I was selected as one of the winners of the Divergent Award from…

The Case for Quarantining

The Case for Quarantining Digitally Lit #262 – 10/3/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #262. This week I worked on the following: Become a Digitally Literate Educator – I’m building up an open, online course for educators in Pre-K up through higher ed that want to be digitally literate in teaching, learning, &…

Be Better

Be Better Digitally Lit #256 – 7/25/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #256 of Digitally Literate. Each week in this newsletter, I synthesize the news of the week in education, technology, & literacy. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Feel free to reach…

Welcome To The Bubble

Welcome To The Bubble Digitally Lit #255 – 7/18/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #255 of Digitally Literate. Each week in this newsletter, I synthesize the news of the week in education, technology, & literacy. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Feel free…

Digitally Literate #253

Confuse, Divide, and Distract Digitally Lit #253 – 7/4/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #253 of Digitally Literate. Each week in this newsletter, I synthesize the news of the week in education, technology, & literacy. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Feel free…

Collective Sensemaking

Collective Sensemaking Digitally Lit #252 – 6/27/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #251 of Digitally Literate. Each week in this newsletter, I synthesize the news of the week in education, technology, & literacy. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Feel free to reach…

Remember Your Anchors

Remember Your Anchors Digitally Lit #247 – 5/23/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #247 of Digitally Literate. I also helped post the following: What we can do to support our students’ trauma and our own during these uncertain times? – Rachelle Savitz on how we can use the power of sharing our stories and having…

Preparing For The Storm

Preparing for the storm Digitally Lit #246 – 5/16/2020 Hi all, welcome to issue #246 of Digitally Literate. This week I hosted the NCTE Twitter chat with Robyn Seglem on Literacy in Digital Times. You can read the archive of this chat here. I also helped post the following: Trauma informed teaching during COVID-19: What…