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October 18, 2011


Title: Upshifting Innovation is this week's main topic ...
Preview: and I have just added Innovation 101 as another background reading piece for this week .  Take a look at what Stanford is offering in addition to the MOOC on AI.  We had 2 hangouts last night and there will be another one on Wednesday, 19 October @ 17:00 New York time.  Please go to my profile on Google+ if you do not see the hangout elsewhere.  Just ask to be added and I .......
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager) on October 18, 2011.

Participants' Blog Posts

This is a list of the blog posts mentioning the CMC11 keyword or tag harvested from the list of blogs submitted by participants.
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Post Title: Learning through play? @pgcap #coresep11 #CMC11 MOOC
By Chrissi Nerantzi, Feed Name: Chrissi Nerantzi
[Read More] Tue, 18 Oct 2011 14:38:48 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: That clean feeling.
By johngriffin0928, Feed Name: Forever Learning
Preview: I just mentioned to a co-worker I was glad his homemade hummus did not contain cumin in it because, well, the spice always smells like an unwashed armpit to me. And it tastes less appealing than that if you can discern the flavor instead of letting it incorporate itself into the whole flavor of a [...]
[Read More] Tue, 18 Oct 2011 17:43:29 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: Connecting the dots over dinner.
By johngriffin0928, Feed Name: Forever Learning
Preview: I'm sitting in a big restaurant that you'd only find in Texas. It's called the Hofbräu, but little about the ambience is German. The walls are covered with animal heads and skins. The chandeliers are made of deer antlers, and saddles fill one corner. The chairs are big and blocky and wooden, yet surprisingly comfortable, [...]
[Read More] Tue, 18 Oct 2011 02:34:15 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: Creator or Innovator?
By Jim, Feed Name: WayUpNorth's Blog
Preview: What a difference personal interaction makes in distance learning!  Hanging out with Carol Yeager in G+ tonight inspired me to quit waiting until I had time to do it perfectly, and just write the blog post. I told Carol how … Continue reading →
[Read More] Tue, 18 Oct 2011 04:03:28 +0000 [Comment]
Post Title: just playing around! :)
By omar.abighosn, Feed Name: Taming the Wind
Preview: just playing around! :)
[Read More] 2011-10-17T20:01:00Z [Comment]

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Title: Learning through play? @pgcap #coresep11 #CMC11 MOOC
Preview: Yes, EPaul Torrance was a strong proponent of teaching creativity and creative teaching. "The Search for Satori & Creativity" is one of my most prized books (yes a real, paper book!) He lays the foundation for TIM ... a concept used in teaching, especially for the gifted and talented, and as well, for mining creativity in all. In it, he responds to the question "Can people reared in the .......
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager) on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: just playing around! :)
Preview: I wanted to quote the post because the words really caught my mind set. Although, I believe I am intelligent and creative, i cannot figure out how exactly this forum works. I want to tag this but do not see a way to. I am taking my instructors advice and just doing SOMETHING on here. I hope to learn as I go and understand through my trials and errors. I am open to any suggestions. Thanks.In .......
By melinda () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]

New Comments

These are individual comments posted today to the discussion threads (for new discussion threads, see the list above).

Title: Re: Creativity and Meditation
Preview: As part of my yoga practice I do some meditation but nothing intense. I enjoyed the article you posted. i am known to all my friends as a big kid. I do very much enjoy acting in little plays with my children and i still love to draw. I just seldom have the time. I think that as we become adults we fall victims to the pressures of scoiety, work, family and so on. i hold on to the kid in me ....
By DANI () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: just playing around! :)
Preview: Hi Melinda,I am feeling just as lost as you. I hope to connect more with and through this course. i am feeling a little overwhelmed with posting here, on my blog and on the diigo group as well. i am not into all the blogging and twitter and so forth but this would be blogging and posting for knowledge =) so here i go on this venture. Good luck and nice
By DANI () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: Art Expressed in Science And Math
Preview: I can not think of one reason... Let alone three why these three things are not interconnected. That being said, I feel that art can be connected to anything. If a person applies themselves passionately to anything and expresses themselves through what they are doing then it can be considered an
By tonirboyd () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: #CMC11 Google Plus Hangout on 10/17/11
Preview: Sorry you missed the hangout.  All Live sessions are listed with the link in each week's page in the MOOC.  We are in week 6 and the next session is Thursday, 20 October @ noon NYtime.  There will be another hangout Wednesday @17:00 New York time. Hope to see you
By carol yeager (Carol Yeager) on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: Art Expressed in Science And Math
Preview: Alot of the most famous geniouses of our world have also been artists as well as scientists. look at leonardo de Vinchi, a scientist with his drawings of the human body, an artist for the same reason. His art can shadow his brillance in science to an artist. A scientist see's Leonardo as the first to began the diagrams that teach medicine through the art. We cannot be isolated from one ....
By melinda () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: First entry
Preview: I totally agee that the broader the audience of learners the more we as a whole can gain from the knowledge. Having many cultures and countries working together, makes for a more complete understanding of the world and our veiws.
By melinda () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]
Title: Re: #CMC11 Google Plus Hangout on 10/17/11
Preview: Sigh I missed another meet. I hope to get the swing of this course. I didn't think I'd need much prior knowledge on this course since I have faceBook and tweeted before. I will be watching closely for a new eluminate or google + night. take care!
By melinda () on October 18, 2011. [Reply]

New Twitter Posts

If you use the CMC11 tag on Twitter, your Twitter posts will be collected and listed here (note that harvesting only started Friday morning).

: Stanford offers AI and Creativity 101 must be something credible in Creativity #cmc11, #change11, #ds106 (2011-10-18T12:20:18Z)
: @couki1 just started tweeting for the cmc11 course (esc) do i "follow" you or do you "follow" me? -Melinda (2011-10-18T14:33:28Z)
: Learning through play? @pgcap #coresep11 #CMC11 MOOC (2011-10-18T14:38:53Z)
: #CMC11. Shared scents, shared flashbacks. (2011-10-18T17:44:44Z)
: possiblity thinking, also relevant for HE? #coresep11 #CMC11 (2011-10-18T18:04:33Z)
: possiblity thinking, also relevant for HE? #coresep11 #CMC11 (2011-10-18T18:04:35Z)
: #coresep11 - alternative uses for familiar objects ttps:// #cmc11 (2011-10-18T18:12:31Z)
: #coresep11 also check out Torrance Test of creative thinking - is creativity scorable? #cmc11 (2011-10-18T18:18:15Z)
: #coresep11 our videos now live at - critical creative thinking to transform teaching #cmc11 (2011-10-18T19:12:27Z)
: We Can All Become Job Creators: creative solutions for wicked problems CMC11 (2011-10-18T22:35:19Z)
: @Aaronatcollege Didn't see U in #Google+. A very placeless place. Lists of circles, but no rooms to enter. Found @chrissinerantzi #cmc11 (2011-10-17T23:49:58Z)
: $CMC11 Culinary alchemy, uniting the world through food, and thoughts during dinner. (2011-10-18T02:36:41Z)