New tiles for the Uroko house Originally uploaded by akamÃ© I suppose it could be called a Bookcase Tree, because of its basic design. It wouldn’t be the best choice of design for sleeping quarters for a claustrophobe like me, and procrastinators would find it even harder to quit reading and go to sleep. I would […]
I heard a rumor about this earlier today but couldn’t find confirmation. Now, though, it’s on CNN and most of the other major news sites: Gary Gygax, Dungeons & Dragons creator, dies. The Wired article is slightly different from the AP story everybody else is running.
Our first discussion in one of my new classes is about science vs. technology. Most of my classmates seem to be able to write in sentences and paragraphs! That’s a blessing, and not nearly as common as it should be.
It’s over here today.
It shouldn’t be surprising to anyone that education is not a “one size fits all” endeavor, online or elsewhere. This bit about learning styles, however, did surprise me: “Correlations between learning styles and success in distance education have shown to be inconclusive,” Strickland said. “However, one common theme reappears: the successful traits of a distance learner […]
Kate Harding created this very cool slide show to show just how absurd it is to rely on body mass index to determine whether or not people are at a healthy weight. BTW—I did not “miss” blogging yesterday. February 29 was the only “day of rest” for Blog365, so I took it :-) It felt […]