9X9X25 Challenge

Below are all syndicated blog posts from the 9X9X25 Writing Challenge. See also the list of active blogs.

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The Challenges of a Poverty Challenge

My colleague and I plan to host a “Poverty Challenge” for our students. My students, from the Community and Health Services Navigation (CHSN) program will play the role of service providers. My colleague’s students, from the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (BScN), will play the role of clients. We will be drawing from the original Poverty Challenge Toolkit as well as resources from Public Health Sudbury’s modified Poverty Challenge which they graciously provided us access to.  The learning objectives […]

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I’m a confidant superpowered sponge for knowledge.

By Josiah Prindler I hope you have an open mind because what I have to say really could flip your world upside down. But ultimately, that is entirely up to you. You are signed up for a college program and you’re probably nervous. You want to get all those A’s or at the very least, you really want to pass. I’m going to tell you how to get the most out of your college education. It is all about your […]

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9X9X25 Challenge, Extender Blogs, North Cohort, West Cohort

Why not try Something New with H5P

This Tuesday I am preparing to try a new teaching strategy in class this week. In the past students have been shy to role play in a large group (70). When thinking about my options for facilitating class this week I decided to try H5P in class. Typically, I use it for out of class activities, but at the last TESS conference they talked about some options to make use of it in class. The activity below uses branching logic. […]

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Post Haste: Tuesday Time Saving Teaching Tip

Everyone is so busy at this time of year (me included). When my files are unorganized because I haven’t had the time to create my folder structure I waste a lot of time looking for information (ironic). No more! I am solving that problem by using a program I have been using to organize video editing files to speed up my course organization. Using a similar folder structure and allowing Post Haste to copy and rename all my templates will […]

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Collaborative Assessment

2015. I started to reimagine what the classroom could look like. With input from students, I created this haiku deck and embedded it into my blog (the embed code doesn’t always work so I’ve included a visual below). Reimagining Classrooms – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires; Clocks, beverages, and snacks aside, I’ve been consistently trying to include many of these elements into my classroom since 2015. Choice, creativity, calm atmosphere—these are all important. Our new Active Learning […]

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Chronic Condition Fair

At the beginning of the semester, I had presentations scheduled for two of my courses: one batch scheduled for the beginning of the semester and the other batch scheduled for the end of the semester. After batch 1, I knew we would not be doing presentations again. It’s not that they were poorly done. It’s that they were intended for students to learn from one another, and I’m willing to bet this did not happen. For most of them, anyway. […]

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Quick Marking Tip: Be Nice!

It is marking season. I don’t have a lot of time to blog because I have a lot of literature reviews to mark. Marking literature reviews is time-consuming but enjoyable. I also set daily goals. Because I love progress.— Laura Killam (she/her) (@NurseKillam) December 3, 2019 I am behind schedule and have not been meeting my daily goals because I underestimated how long they would take to grade (on average 2 hours each). I decided to blog today anyways because […]

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Picking the Low-Hanging Fruit of Privacy and Security

A little while back I was involved in a Twitter thread in which I suggested the Brave browser for its integrated privacy and security settings. Both! I sync my Brave wallet across all my browsers, though. This is just one of the browsers and, wow, it's disturbing. pic.twitter.com/aziApUdiQA— Dr. Ryan "Rebel Without a Clause" Straight (@RyanStraight) December 3, 2019 That’s fairly striking, I know. Maybe I should do a blog post on this kinda thing. A "so you want to […]

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Picking the Low-Hanging Fruit of Privacy and Security

A little while back I was involved in a Twitter thread in which I suggested the Brave browser for its integrated privacy and security settings. Both! I sync my Brave wallet across all my browsers, though. This is just one of the browsers and, wow, it's disturbing. pic.twitter.com/aziApUdiQA— Dr. Ryan "Rebel Without a Clause" Straight (@RyanStraight) December 3, 2019 That's fairly striking, I know. Maybe I should do a blog post on this kinda thing. A "so you want to […]

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9X9X25 Challenge, East Cohort, eCampus Ontario, Extender Blogs, mOOC Cohort, West Cohort

A Shinier DS106 Assignment Bank Theme

I’ve been deep in the code tunnels rebuilding and adding to maybe my most complex WordPress theme, the one that let’s anyone build something like the original DS106 Assignment Bank. My blog machine spits out a long list of posts on this effort, and indicates it goes back to August 2013, so while it pre-dates SPLOTs, it’s in the mix there because it set the stage for all the theme work that followed. Martha Burtis crafted the first bank (my […]

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