Creativity & Multicultural Communication


By steffie78
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The textile communication experiment
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Blog Post: Native Vs. Immigrant
Wow, this was a concept that I was surprised I hadn't even thought about it. Maybe because I do not have children yet, and therefore have not had to deal with the questions "How young is too young to get your child a "smart" learning tool?" or "Will my child be learning primarily without textbooks?" … Continue reading →

By stefanieasouth78, Feed:greycorderoy, Thu, 25 Apr 2013 15:42:09 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Opportunity is knocking, but is the cost too great?
I have volunteered to Host a Twitter chat. Where to even begin?? I feel like each time we have a session, we are getting into a thread that makes you think more and from different viewpoints about the same topic. It's great! It's a class without the walls, it's learning without the structure that sometimes … Continue reading →

By stefanieasouth78, Feed:greycorderoy, Sun, 21 Apr 2013 14:06:20 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: Let me just check with my MOOC…
I initially wanted to take this course because I thought, well, who doesn't want to try new and creative ways of learning if only for the experience of learning something new itself. Little did I know what I was getting a good way of course. Though apprehensive at the onset, and even still a … Continue reading →

By stefanieasouth78, Feed:greycorderoy, Fri, 05 Apr 2013 17:48:35 +0000 [Comment]
Blog Post: The big and little "c".
Creativity. How to be creative. How to be creative about being creative. And so on and so forth, potentially limitless when one applies the idea of a massive open online forum for information sharing. The discussion we had about striving for the little "c" and its importance even among the big "c" was very enlightening. … Continue reading →

By stefanieasouth78, Feed:greycorderoy, Fri, 22 Mar 2013 00:36:36 +0000 [Comment]
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