I’m putting together a planning team for Teaching Carnival 3.0. Let’s collaborate.
Once upon a time, I had a “blogging about teaching” idea.
That idea took on an active life and then went dormant (for a variety of reasons).
Now I’d like to bring the idea to life again, with a few possible tweaks:
- Social Bookmarking: We should use Delicious or a similar web service to catalog and annotate the links while still posting a selection of those links as a regular “carnival.”
Discipline-specific carnivals: We could make each carnival specific to that particular host’s academic discipline. (I’m not wedded to this idea, so if participants don’t like it, we don’t have to do it.)Edited to add: I agree with those who have suggested that this is not a very good idea. Scratch that one.
- Interviews: Let’s interview teachers (both well-known and unknown) about their pedagogy. Heck, let’s interview well-known scholars about their pedagogy. I don’t have any specific plan about how this would work. Recorded Skype calls? Video chats? IM transcripts? Email transcripts? I’m open to anything.
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