Experts: No right choice for women about work, being at home with kids

JoAnne Boyle says she thinks women should stop worrying about child-rearing choices they make and stop criticizing other women’s choices. Boyle, president of Seton Hill University in Westmoreland County, raised six sons and a daughter — now ages 37 to 50 — while working full-time. She said she “often felt like I wasn’t doing a very good job at anything, but I did the best I could and I made…

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Seton Hill’s Griffin Holds an iPad in Front of Admin Steps (Blender 3D Models)

I textured the model I created yesterday, and imported into an environment where I was already working on The Griffin. I added the iPad prop to the Griffin’s hand. The railings are the wrong color, the Griffin’s hand needs to be posed to hold the iPad better, and I’ve got to give Griff something to do in this virtual world, but it’s coming along well. Not bad for a few hours’…

Gaming Made Me: Colossal Cave Adventure | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

There was only one game. Appropriately for us neighborhood-explorers, for us mapmakers, it was launched by typing ADVENTURE. The game began you at a house by the woods, with a mailbox, a trail to a grate, not unlike the wandering explorations we undertook on our own in our simple neighborhood. It explicated all of this entirely as text, of course. It understood typed commands, ordinal directions and simple instructions, GET,…

When Teachers Demand to Be Co-Creators, Not Consumers – EdTech Researcher – Education Week

I’d like my students to be co-creators, too. The richest exchanges on day two of the Hewlett Open Educational Resources Grantee Meeting came from those who challenged the fundamental premises of the meeting. In designing the meeting, Berkman staff imagined three groups: Learners, Facilitators (teachers, librarians, coaches, educators, etc.), and Builders. They assumed a kind of “supply and demand” model of OER where builders create stuff and distribute it to…