Walking Stick Blogger

A Learning Space for Literacy and English Language Learners

Reflections on Networked (Academic) EduBlogging

Sometimes I am drawn to the back and forth of forum discussions, with humour and even edgy comments thrown in. And sometimes I prefer to lurk, watch, reflect, and blog my own stuff, and invite a few others to dialogue with me. Edu-blogging appeals to both faces, that of the ivory tower intellectual, and that…

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Models for EduBlogging Community Participation

I have been investigating a number of theories that can contribute to building a framework of online community participation. One theory that addresses individual learners’ temperaments is Kiersey’s theory of temperament, in which temperament is classified into four categories: artisan, guardian, rational, and idealist. For guardians, life is a process of responsible fostering and preserving…

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