Christopher D. Sessums

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Recent Posts

The Edublogs Dilemma: The Cost of Freedom
Liberation and the Internet: Communities of Practice and the Power to Connect
Media Literacy Education Heuristic
Open Source as Liberation
MySpace & a Drunken Pirate's Fate: A Cautionary Tale or Hint of Things to Come?
Resistance is Useful: Thoughts Concerning How to Respectfully Move Teaching and Learning Online
Where The Action Is
The Beginnings of a Manifesto for Reforming Education in the U.S.
Interactive Learning Fails Reading Test (Or Does It?)
Social Software Presentation
Design & Social Software: How to Decide What Works Best for Teaching and Learning
Risky Business: Teachers and Pedagogical Change
Student Achievement and Technology
Competing Paradigms and Educational Reform
Free Online Educational Resources
Egos, Authority, and Fallacious Reasoning: A Pissing Contest in 140 Characters or Less
Synthesizing Social Software: Working the Wide Web
This Machine Kills Fascists
Working Very Hard, Very Hard Work
Teacher Professional Development and the Learning Organization
Knowing Me, Knowing You
Teacher Development key to Tech Success
Stop Making Sense: Paradox as a Teaching Tool
Getting IT Right Socially: Reflections from ALT-C 2006
The Surprising Intelligence of Our Emotions
Cultural Implications of Social Software, Teaching, and Learning: Ready or Not
The Future Begins Now: School 2.0 Manifesto
Toward a Theory of Discontent: What Can Learning Theory Contribute to Education?
Intellect, Emotion, Spirit, and Will: Another Side of Connectivism
School 2.0 Revisited: What's In A Name?
Teacher Education and Next Gen Collaboration
Wired but Not Web 2.0: A Brief Look at the Pew/Internet Study On Adult ICT Use
Crossing the Chasm: Reflections On the Future of Education and Participatory Culture
Social Media In and Out of School: Notes From the Creating and Connecting Report
In a Vibrant Garden, Many Flowers Bloom: More Observations On Personal Learning Environments (PLE)
Generation Meh: Empathy and College Students Today