Welcome to my weblog, and thanks for visiting. This weblog was primarily created as a place to reflect upon, discuss and document my experiences throughout my studies as a graduate student in Education. It is intended to be a central communication tool between myself and others interested in the ideas of sustainability, well-being, hope and change, educational technologies, communities of artists, and the connections of these ideas to pedagogy.
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This blog space first came to life in 2008 and was called my Ed. Tech Weblog. Originally this space was created and used to blog and reflect about experiences that I have lived through my graduate studies in education technology. More specifically, the blog was created as part of my involvement with a network of educators that were studying together in E.C. & I. 831 with Dr. Alec Couros.
After a brief hiatus, I returned to this web space and to the world of blogging with a new focus in 2009 as I reflected on idea that were presented through a graduate course in Education from Dr. Garth Pickard entitled Sustaining Wellbeing through H.O.P.E. I found the process of blogging to be very helpful in organizing my thoughts, developing my thinking and writing through reflection, and I enjoyed several discussions posed through responses to my blog posts. I am currently using this blog as a reflection space for my exploration of a variety of areas related to pedagogy. See the first post of 2010 for more information about this current path.