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  1. Lisa Koster

    This is awesome Michelle. I shared your previous version and got such a great response. I will definitely be sharing this and utilizing it for my own courses.
    Thanks!!!!!

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    1. Hi Chelsea. Thank you. I’m working on some additions to this page, including embed code. I do need to warn you that the graphic does not render well on mobile. It’s not responsive, which is why I produced the text version using WordPress.

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  2. Anthony Barcellos

    The recommendations for the creation of “imperfect videos” make it sound too intentional — like “stick in some deliberate mistakes to humanize yourself.” I think “informal video” makes the key point. Wouldn’t it be better simply to encourage teachers to avoid overly slick, glossy productions that smack of self-aggrandizement? I prefer my videos to be as close to perfect as possible, but Murphy is always on the job, making sure that glitches slip in, but few are crucial. Just tell people, “Don’t sweat insignificant details; your videos will be fine without being perfect.”

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  3. Joyce Nonhlanhla Vilakati

    Hi Michelle,
    Thank you. As always, another precious resource for re-tooling oneself. I love the non-deficit perspective from which you define humanizing online learning by noting that students “are capable, resilient humans who bring an array of perspectives and knowledge to your class”. This has always been my premise for defining my role as a teacher – not as all-knowing but a co-learner with my students. I promise myself one day am going to write a full article to honor the debt I owe to you for learning so much from you. You have made me fall in love with my job all over again. Don’t yet have a domain of my own, but will get there…

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  4. Adam Flint

    I would love to see something like this for MS and HS teaching. In our district, there has been little to no reflection of best practices in on-line education beyond some of the mechanics.

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  5. Kendahl Radcliffe

    I realize I do much of this already however not in the way you depict it here. I realize that my message may not have been getting to students. I will use these tools in the future. Thanks!!!

    Kendahl

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  6. Jim

    Once again you have thrilled us all Michelle! Your previous infographic was wonderful! This is even better. I will point hundreds of faculty to your resources. Thank you!
    Jim
    Seattle, Wa

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  7. Jennifer Harris

    Michelle, thank you for this beautiful tool. I will be sharing with my colleagues at the Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto.

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