radical professionalism

31 August is Ken Campbell Day: diddling and doodling, seekers, radical education as seeking learning outcomes, and punk

(not to be confused with the homonymous Canadian politician, Canadian fundamentalist Baptist evangelist, Canadian swimmer, assorted other sportsmen, etc.)

It is time for the annual pilgrimage.

As is traditional, this post is a “sticky” one for a whole academic term, all the way to its end and the end of the calendar year. It contains various kinds of “stickiness” played out in four Acts:

I. revisiting 2017

II. 2018 and III. Campbellian education in action

IV. 2019 and learning outcomes.

Like previous pilgrimages, this year’s one adds more Stations to its rambling Way of Sorrows.

2020: “IT’S LIKE PUNK NEVER HAPPENED”

This year’s contextual frame: online teaching in pandemic times. (more…)

Radical professionalism for #AcademicTwitter #MayDay

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31 August is Ken Campbell Day: diddling and doodling, seekers, and radical education as seeking learning outcomes

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“judici d’amor e razos de trobar” (literally) translated to 2019, respectful workplaces, and fictional chatbots

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Radical professionalism, a year later

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