Tag Archives: Facebook

How do you feel about onions?

In the past 10 years my relationship with the onion has blossomed, but not on a culinary level. I have begun to realize that an onion is arguably the most effective metaphor for reaching a deeper understanding about some of the complex challenges in teaching and learning. Continue reading

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The Dark Ages of Tech

I may be getting older, out-of-step, or becoming a technology luddite. But do I really need to read on Facebook about “my boyfriend’s underarm hair was stuck to my deodorant?” Continue reading

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Friending a Student

Google + is looking better and better: you can keep different sets of “friends” separate, and comments don’t automatically go out to everyone. This is a fantastic social networking tool for teachers. Might not be a bad thing for my former students to look into as well. Continue reading

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Google +

I have no idea what this world is coming to. Continue reading

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Facebook Fast

n a previous post entitled TV Turnoff Week, I suggested that maybe we should look at giving up Facebook or even our laptops. Continue reading

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PEBCAC

Yes, ladies and gentlemen- our fragile egos now have to take into account our online postings. As if I wasn’t insecure enough. Continue reading

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