jayne in Blog
, Education on January 14, 2014
I created this little tutorial using Jing on my Mac. It was fun! WordPress Tutorial
jayne in Economy
, Workplace on January 14, 2014
If you read the About page, you probably aren’t quite sure what I’m trying to accomplish here, and why it should be of any interest to you. So let me say more about that.
I’m trying to foment a revolution.
The revolution is about the way we are seen and recognized as individuals by anyone [...]
jayne in connectivism on August 18, 2013
Many years ago, when I was in college the first time around, a friend asked me to participate in a lab experiment for a psychology class. The point of the experiment was to observe and measure brain waves during simple problem solving. Thus, I was hooked up to an EEG and monitored while a [...]
jayne in connectivism
, Education on August 5, 2013
Some years ago, I stumbled across what was to become perhaps the most influential book of my life: Beyond the Writer’s Workshop by Carol Bly. It was on some remainder table somewhere for a couple of bucks, and I figured, what could it hurt? I’m always game to read about writing. So I nabbed it.
jayne in Education on July 14, 2013
I found the following three websites informative on the subject of learning and the brain:
BrainConnection is a site dedicated to providing information about the brain and how people learn. The site is produced by PositScience, which sells brain training products. It’s always important to cast a critical eye on information sites that are [...]
jayne in Food on July 14, 2013
Last night the Hunter/Gatherer came home with salmon again. That is one hot bite out there on Bodega Bay. If you go out fishing and you have half an idea of what to do, and if you head for the whistle buoy and listen to the radio chatter to see what they’re catching them [...]
jayne in Education on July 7, 2013
For my Master’s Degree program class on learning theories, I chose three education sites to watch:
Open Culture is a place where one can browse a curated collection of educational media – everything from seemingly random facts about literature, science, and history to listings for MOOCs (also known as Mass [...]
jayne in Economy on April 16, 2013
I designed this local currency for my Illustrator Techniques class with the esteemed Barb McNally. I’ll get a post together soon to try and persuade you that local currency is not only logical, but desirable. It’s hard to explain why local currency makes so much sense! But keep watching – one of these days [...]