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CCCC 2018 presentation

Since I couldn’t be at CCCC in person, I’ve recorded my presentation, which I’m posting here along with my slide deck and links to some information I mentioned in the talk. Video of talk: Transcript of video: CCCC 18 pres transcript

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FemRhet 2017 presentation

Here is a link to my FemRhet 2017 presentation (the embedding feature is acting wacky right now; I hope to fix it soon in order to embed the slides directly into this post):

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Adapting LEM Design Patterns

I decided to work with Renae’s “Improvement of Reading Classroom” pattern, as I often teach “Fundamentals of English,” which is our basic writing course, and I think the pattern she uses could be adapted nicely for the Fundamentals classroom. Here’s

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Design Pattern Notebook Templates

This was an interesting and humbling exercise for me. In theory, I figured I would prefer the pen and paper approach to modeling as opposed to using digital tools. I did like having the ability to write and erase as

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Using LEM Design Patterns

I decided to focus on a typical writing project module in a face-to-face writing classroom for my environment, since that’s what and where I usually teach. I was inspired by the “Blended Learning–Flipped Classroom Pattern” and the “Build On It

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My Design Patterns

What are my daily patterns? I am very much a creature of habit. There’s something about routine I find comforting, though it is nice to break out of that occasionally. My daily patterns involve taking some time in the morning

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My Re-designed LEM

Here is my re-designed LEM based on the feedback I received from my peers. You can see original attempts at this model here and here. As a reminder, I am working on a short learning activity for an online creative

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