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Huge thanks to the hundreds and hundreds of you who came to our #MLA18 Pres panel and left committed to the change you have the power to make. The pencil changes color (literally) when you grasp it. If it can change, so can we! #NewEducation pic.twitter.com/CYWJgLaa6r

— Cathy Davidson (@CathyNDavidson) January 6, 2018

I talk about the difference between bias (which everyone has) and agenda a lot. Reporters like everyone have bias, but their agenda is to get important stories right. I like this fear of getting wrong quote as an example of that: pic.twitter.com/IBPiAJLYMy

— Mike Caulfield is tired, so tired. (@holden) January 6, 2018

No but I was a math geek kid who was corralled into room with other math kids to watch a closed circuit tv broadcast from a math Prof circling above us in a propeller plane. #edtechgenius

— Cathy Davidson (@CathyNDavidson) January 7, 2018

Truly fabulous recap of the MLA Presidential Plenary on States of Insecurity by @HASTACScholars brilliant Director Kalle Westerling https://t.co/YJSzftJdws

— Cathy Davidson (@CathyNDavidson) January 6, 2018

But my point is that teaching students this stuff is as much about value the social systems we have set up to find and value truth as it is about being able to spot it.

— Mike Caulfield is tired, so tired. (@holden) January 6, 2018

Retweeted tweets

"Commission welcomes agreement to end roaming charges and to guarantee an open Internet" https://t.co/rSzLWtBgVC The EU really has it together on this stuff.

— Dr. Alec Couros (@courosa) January 6, 2018

Do I know anyone that (knows anyone that) was part of the “Dial-a-Drill” computer-assisted instruction in the 1960s?

— Audrey Watters (@audreywatters) January 6, 2018

Here's link that was on back of everyone's index card at MLA Pres Plenary Panel (Angela Davis, Arthur Romero, Cathy Davidson, Juan Lopez, Judith Butler): "Active Learning" Kit: Rationale, Methods, Models, Research, Bibliography https://t.co/mBSO73eVTl https://t.co/ecJge4qI8f

— Cathy Davidson (@CathyNDavidson) January 6, 2018

HEWN, No. 247 https://t.co/kLQEQGOYF4

— Audrey Watters (@audreywatters) January 6, 2018

 

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Someone's having a nice lie in this morning pic.twitter.com/wty4u00TBP

— 👑 Lau-RAH 👑 (@surminus) January 6, 2018

When you go in for a stroke pic.twitter.com/2nVHjleOe9

— 👑 Lau-RAH 👑 (@surminus) January 6, 2018

so much heat can you even https://t.co/cz7WBS7jj3 pic.twitter.com/9vXXRdTZ93

— ㎒ (@markhurrell) January 6, 2018

 

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Photos are from the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) 'Documerica Project' (1971-1977). More here: https://t.co/aHXKcHc2X6 pic.twitter.com/EZhaDbIpV7

— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) January 6, 2018

Work stops at sunset. Darkness falls over the building site. The sky is filled with stars. "There is the blueprint," they say. pic.twitter.com/5JGVMWM3Gh

— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) January 7, 2018

Since this -> https://t.co/fywAaJzjDd is likely to happen, a quick reminder of what American cities looked like before the EPA https://t.co/NkX4ayDohI pic.twitter.com/TsmGDphJdQ

— Irène DB (@UrbanFoxxxx) January 6, 2018