Category: #walkmyworld

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Learning Event Nine in #walkmyWorld

We ave spent many weeks sharing, tweeting, writing and exploring. We now ask you to gather a collection of walks you have shared over the last eight learning events. For your next task we ask you to curate your lifeworlds (New London Group, 1996). In order to do this we will be using Storify.     Storify…
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Next Learning Event in #walkmyworld

Welcome to the next learning event in #walkmyworld. We want to continue and explore the work of Hass. Specifically we want to consider Hass's ability to explore rich meaning in everyday observation. Hass noted that he has become known as a California poet, but for Hass this has more to do with using place as…
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Poetry from #walkmyworld

Writers take risks. We hide our dreams and amplify our misgivings in the open; in our words. As a teacher of those who teach writing I want to take the journey that I encourage others to endure. So I share my poetry from #walkmyworld. It is not to simply enough to model the writing process.…
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#walkmyworld Learning Event Reflection

We asked everyone to examine the "walks" they share and what it meant to name. Then we explored how naming influenced identity. Molly Shields challenged us back. She felt our prompts suggested a separation of the text and world. So Molly threw three prompts at us: Shouldn’t we say, rather, that texts actually make up…
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Next Event in the #Walkmyworld Journey

[caption width="500" align="aligncenter"]flickr photo shared by 謝一麟 Chiā,It-lîn under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC-ND ) license[/caption] Once again our friends from across the globe amaze us. In fact new poets, learners and readers join #walkmyworld every day. To this end we will no longer publish weekly challenges but will shift the focus to learning events.…