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Truth and Reconciliation Updates

Publicado en OLDaily el 14/06/2021

Alex Usher, Higher Education Strategy Associates, Jun 14, 2021
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Alex Usher steps very carefully though this discussion of the implementation of the calls to action in Justice Murray Sinclair's 2015...

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Jon Yates, WonkHe, Jun 14, 2021
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This is mostly from a British context and is mostly an advertorial for the author's book, but I include it here because it illustrates a glaring blind sport in academia. The proposition - and it's a good one - suggests that, historically, "humans have overcome divisions by bringing people...

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Priyanka Ranade, Anupam Joshi, Tim Finin, The Conversation, Jun 11, 2021
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In the past I have talked about the possibility of automatically generated OER. These...

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Mark Wilson, Fast Company, Jun 11, 2021
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There are plenty of reasons to be sceptical about the claims made in this article, not the least of which is the completely unsubstantiated claim that literacy and fact-checking have no impact on the spread of fake news. There is some reason to believe that an additional...

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Sean Michael Morris, Jun 10, 2021
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I like this post a lot and to a large degree it reflects my own attitudes about grading (namely, that I have no time for it because it's artificial and arbitrary). 'Ungrading', though, isn't just ther practice of not using grades. You can't simply stop grading; it's tied into your whole approach to learning and teaching. It is at the centre of a pedagogy of care,...

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Marcus Buckingham, Harvard Business Review, Jun 10, 2021
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The fun and useful part of this article is the first third as the author introduces us to the term for a thing that Weakens Our Relationship to the Truth (WORT). "A wort is anything that deliberately tries to blur the line between what is true and what is not," writes...

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GCshare

Publicado en OLDaily el 10/06/2021

Canada School of Public Service, Jun 10, 2021
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This is a really interesting project on several levels. At first glance, it's a way for government departments to share learning resources with each other. But then I found that it's openly accessible to the world (I tested) and that the resources are also open (I found instances of public domain, CC-by, and CC-by-NC). Astute readers will also note...

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The Middle Leader Manifesto

Publicado en OLDaily el 10/06/2021

Ewan McIntosh, notosh, Medium, Jun 10, 2021
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I don't know why writers are so obsessed with the concept of 'leadership'. Honestly, terms like 'productivity', 'innovation', '...

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Social Modeling and i*

Publicado en OLDaily el 10/06/2021

Eric S. Yu, University of Toronto, Jun 10, 2021
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This paper (23 page PDF) is just the tip of a very large iceberg known as i* (pronounced i-star).. "The i* modeling framework [ 122][ 123] was an attempt to...

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Never taught

Publicado en OLDaily el 09/06/2021

Doug Peterson, doug — off the record, Jun 09, 2021
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Though there are many statues around the country to remind us of our history, I was never taught about residential schools and the effort to "remove the Indian...

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