Trump appears to side with Putin over U.S. intelligence agencies on election interference (POLITICO)
The president repeatedly attacked the FBI, praised Putin as a 'good competitor' and refused to say Russia was accountable for fraying relations.
So let me get this straight. According to @realdonaldtrump NATO is bad, Germany is bad, the EU is a foe, Russia is a “friendly competitor” and Putin is to be believed over the entire intelligence apparatus of the US Government….ignoring the 30 or so Russians who have been indicted.

How can Trump supporters believe this stuff? Putin either has something on Trump or Trump is playing long game and thinking development profits in Russia after office.

Trump supporter or not this is bad for our Nation.

No Rand Paul we don’t do the same things, like killing reporters and annexing parts of countries.

INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION (jgregorymcverry.com)
@chrisaldrich here is the poem:
@tellio thank you for making me write a sentence yesterday I am sure no one in history as ever written before, “I read a poem about ellipses on Mastodon this morning, and that had cliffhanger written all over it.”
INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION (jgregorymcverry.com)
As @wiobyrne and I work on our Open Pedagogy book I am drawn to idea that the first courses like @Downes #CCK08 and were meta in the sense of proof of concept. Part of reason, and the point in time, when we draw distinction between open education and open pedagogy. The design for learning was intent...
@wiobyrne I am thinking we start off section three: getting started with a vignette as he we stumbled our way into open pedagogy. Here are my loose notes from mastodon.
Module 3 (Jenn's Brain)
There were very interesting things as I was going through the readings. The first is on creating a reading curriculum that is interesting to the African American male. I thought this article was qu…
I think we need to combine the work that Tatum does with the understanding we got from Maisha Winn’s reading on literacy spaces, arts and the African Diaspora movement. I think Tatum argues that a lineage was broken that must be restored. Winn reminds us there always was a lineage but it wasn’t always the discourses we favored in schools.

Teachers are not safe to speak about their sexuality. A teacher in Texas was recently fired for just showing a picture of her wife on a day when teachers were supposed to share their family story.

Module 3 (Savannah at Southern)
Good evening, in the readings and videos watched this week, there seems to be one question that really sticks out in my mind that each answered in their own way: How can we as teachers ensure that …
Great post Savannah. I love when student bloggers recognize the best learning we can leave with is the knowledge of asking the right questions.
Reading Synthesizer for Module 3 (GabiCamarero815)
Alfred Tatum: Engaging African American Males in Reading-  A few common takeaways from this article are that when students show challenging and negative behavior instead of punishing them we as edu…
A great synthesis of the class annotations by Gabi. She really weaved together the common takeaways.
INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION (jgregorymcverry.com)
As @wiobyrne and I work on our Open Pedagogy book I am drawn to idea that the first courses like @Downes #CCK08 and were meta in the sense of proof of concept. Part of reason, and the point in time, when we draw distinction between open education and open pedagogy. The design for learning was intent...
As I started to think about how @wiobyrne and I would capture our journey into Open Pedagogy I kind of went on a TootStorm, I copied all of the Mastodon toots here. It is pretty stream of conscience with an almost timeline and only a few half-truths.
a post by Ben McVerryBen McVerry (The Dog Zone)
New Background Image http://dogzone.jgregorymcverry.com/file/2d45d0dba4dd2008842572fb9212044b/thumb.jpg Torrentflickr photo by tsushima2011 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license 
Teaching my kids early they need to provide attribution and thanks to those who hold up the commons.
Virtually Connecting at #IndieWeb Summit @vconnecting (INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION)
Too often we speak of a decentralized web as if it requires the latest technology. Yet really people must make up an #Indieweb. We do not need new tools or the latest blockchain-schmockchain tool. People only need a blog and a bit of html…and other people. A web where folks control their data, sha...
@vconnecting we will be virtually connecting from the #IndieWeb summit please sign up as a virtual buddy or participant.