Tag Archives: Learning

Zen of Teaching Interview with Trace Jordan

[NYU, June 2012] Like with previous interviews, the awesome Gabriela Rivera Torrado has carefully reviewed the video and summarized its most important points here. Trace Jordan is a scientist and distinguished professor at New York University (NYU). He is also … Continue reading

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Myths of Teaching & Learning: Interview at CUNY’s Baruch College!

At last!! After some full 9 months of delay, I’ve nailed down another big important chapter of the Myths project: Myths of teaching, learning and technology. I have really no excuses, except perhaps the superwork I surrendered to after I … Continue reading

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The Times They Are A-changin’

Herbie Hancock plays (with Tal Wilkenfeld and Kristina Train) the Dylan tune, The Times They Are A-changing. Come gather ’round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You’ll be … Continue reading

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The Silk Road, music, magic & learning

Two nights ago I had the pleasure to listen to Yo Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble performing in Central Park. They mounted up a Night at the Caravanserai, a show where we all participated of a night of … Continue reading

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Myths of Learning and Teaching – 1

Image via Wikipedia Thus begins a series of posts on themes related to myths and legends on education, elearning and similar beasts. It will be a series of posts because I like the idea of cutting down to pieces some … Continue reading

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