Daily Archives: Monday, October 31, 2016

The Adjacent Possible

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For those of you not familiar with the term “The Adjacent Possible,” it was originally coined by the biologist Stuart Kauffman, but it was recently popularizedin Steven Johnson’s book Where Good Ideas Come From. You will find an RSA Animate video summary of his book at the bottom of this page. Basically, it refers to the fact […]

Waffles and Remote Reality Teaching

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Special thanks to Andy Ray, West Campus Professor of Building Construction Technologies, for his help with this post. One of my favorite things to do in my current roll as a faculty fellow is to share new innovations with faculty. It is always amazing to me how many ideas can be generated from a quick, informal discussion. […]

Prince Ea Just Sued the School System

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Special thanks to Rob McCaffrey for sharing this video with the Circles Team. For quite a few years now there has been a growing contingent of faculty and staff  at the college that has been discussing the need for digital and pedagogical shift, but I must admit, I haven’t read or heard anyone put it like […]