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Some rights reserved by Barbro Björnemalm

Check out the latest Making Learning Connected blog posts from around the web. A key idea in online collaboration is that you can use and maintain your own domain or webspace. With that in mind, we have set up the Blog Hub to aggregate related feeds from your blog with the blogs of others who are also connected to this CLMOOC collaboration.

  • Silent Sunday: June 26, 2022
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-27-2022
  • Summer Rainless Song
    I like the way the syllable count forces language, creates opportunity for new thinking. Today’s prompt from Ethical ELA asked writers to come up with a line of a poem and continue with poem using the same number of syllables in each line. As I walked the beach this ... Read More
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-23-2022
  • Far Stranger Now and Later
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } Far Stranger Now and Later ‘The future is dark, which is on the whole, the best thing the future can be.”–Virginia Woolf Convulsing and dying? ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 06-22-2022
  • Fountain of Youth
    Word association, make a list…it all seems too simple. But it’s not. It’s actually genius! Many thanks to the folks over at Ethical ELA and the Open Write for yet another day of inspiration. Today’s prompt took me to a favorite ice cream place in Ventura…and then back in ... Read More
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-21-2022
  • I Do Not Intend
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } I do not intend much of what I create to mean, “Eat my dust or my wake or my smoke.” I am meant to mirror ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 06-20-2022
  • Morning Treasure
    A treasure hunt is the perfect way to start a day! That’s how I felt when I read the Open Write prompt today on Ethical ELA. I took a little different pathway on my treasure hunt and let my walk this morning uncover the treasure. Morning TreasureMorning light slantingto ... Read More
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-19-2022
  • Happy Father’s Day: Seeking Absolution, What Hath We Wrought
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } This is a very dark poem and I admit to writing it as a way of banishing my share of guilt for having created this ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 06-19-2022
  • Things you can do with a wave
    After my experience with #verselove in April, I have been looking forward to the Ethical ELA open write (5 days in June with writing invitations like those in April). I eagerly opened my email this morning and followed the link to the blog post where the invitation offered Things ... Read More
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-18-2022
  • A Tale of Two AI’s (sort of)
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } Daniel Bassill (@tutormentorteam) asked me to look at a newish video production tool, Pictory.ai. He, also, wanted a comparison between it and Lumen5.  Both have ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 06-18-2022
  • Dividing Ridge
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } Snow or rain, it doesn’t matter which side of the dividing ridge you live on– it’s all water, rolling down like data turning into knowing. ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 06-18-2022
  • Silent Sunday: June 12, 2022
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-13-2022
  • Primed for Summer Writing
    Weirdly enough, this school year ended with 2 minimum days–on a Monday and Tuesday. With the class party dealt with on Friday, what do you plan for those last days of school with first graders? Inspired by a post I saw on Two Writing Teachers, we began our last ... Read More
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-08-2022
  • Silent Sunday: June 5, 2022
    Source: Thinking Through My LensPublished on 06-05-2022
  • Minimum Viable Newsletter Experiment: Jeremy Caplan’s Wondertools
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } I am always seeking to find ways to rewild what might be something as basic as a newsletter in ways that honors the work and ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 06-01-2022
  • Daniel in the Poem’s Den
    div.participad-message { padding: 10px 15px; border: 1px solid #ccc; border-radius: 2px; margin-bottom: 1em; } div.participad-message-success { background: #ffffe0; } div.participad-message-error { background: #c43; } My friend and collaborator and mentor, Daniel Bassill, commented on one of my posts. Hidden in that comment was a poem. I teased out my ... Read More
    Source: ImpedagogyPublished on 05-31-2022