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Conference, CTE, Domains, Educational Technology, Reflections

Inspiring More DoOO Power Users – A #Domains17 Perspective

The very last conversation I had before departing #Domains17 was with Brian Lamb. We exchanged sentiments about how it’s more difficult to publish blog posts about our best experiences since we want to adequately represent our thoughts. This hesitation leads posts to the “eternal draft graveyard.” So thank you Brian, because after reflecting on our […]

Conference, CTE, Educational Technology, Reflections

What Was Absent From #OLCInnovate?

Now that I’ve journaled my experiences at #OLCInnovate¬†I wanted to dive deeper into a couple things I feel were¬†missing (to the extent I’d like to see) from #OLCInnovate. Bring Students to #OLCInnovate Since the conversations at #OpenEd16, especially surrounding the presentation that Adam Croom facilitated and involved student voices, I’ve seen more focus on including¬†students […]

Conference, CTE, Domains, Educational Technology, Presentation

Domains17 Conference Proposals

I’m already anticipating the #Domains17 conference¬†slated for¬†June 5-6th this summer. Much of my excitement is a direct result of¬†the folks who will attend this conference as #Domains17 will be bring together many of the minds focused on Domain of One’s Own (DoOO) projects and beyond. Individuals like Martha Burtis (headlining!), Jim Groom, Tim Owens, Adam […]

Conference, CTE, Educational Technology, Presentation, Reflections

Academic Technology Expo 2017

Friday, January 13th was the sixth annual Academic Technology Expo (ATE) at the University of Oklahoma.¬†ATE is¬†one of my favorite local conferences because there’s an emphasis on instructors presenting the tools they are using in their classrooms. This helps me gage and pursue various technologies and use cases that interest faculty. Not to mention, ATE […]

#OpenEd16, Conference, CTE, Educational Technology, GOBLIN, Presentation

Anatomy of Slaying GOBLINs – #OpenEd16 Presentation

Last week, John and I gave one of my favorite presentations while at #OpenEd16. We spoke¬†about our game-based professional development program,¬†GOBLIN.¬†During our 25 minute presentation, we combined role-play,¬†gameplay, storytelling, and discussion to emulate the experience of participating in a session of GOBLIN. Role-Play To add subtle hype to our final-day-of-the-conference¬†session, we distributed a few sightings […]