Join Drs. Gunderson, Jaxon, and Justus as they explore ChatGPT including what it is, what it can do, some ethical implications about labor, equity and language diversity, and its potential impacts on education and other fields Link to the Rise, Teach, Learn website
edmoves podcast: Kim Jaxon and The Next Right Thing
Thank you so much Dr. Serena Hicks for inviting me to join the #edmoves podcast! Listen to our conversation about course design and the role of technology in the now times. We do a lot of unpacking of the blog I wrote at the beginning of the semester too. Appreciate the opportunity to think through…
NWP CoLab: Designing for Connection and Community in the Online Writing Classroom
Grateful for the conversation we shared about building community in online classrooms led by Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, Director of the National Writing Project, with Dr. Anna Smith from Illinois State University and Michigan teacher Matthew Johnson. You can find resources we shared here as well: https://writenow.nwp.org/designing-for-connection-and-community-in-the-online-writing-classroom-a20648cafa25
Thank you to Larry Ferlazzo, Sarah Woodard, Anabel Gonzalez, and BAMRadio
Enjoyed the conversation with colleagues from across the country about giving feedback on writing. Larry Ferlazzo does such thoughtful work with his Q&A each week on EdWeek and his BAMRadio show. Listen to our conversation: LINK HERE.
Digital Humanities Panel
Thanks to Jeff Layne from CSU, Chico’s Regional & Continuing Education for making our Digital Humanities Panel Discussion available for viewing. Link here to our talks and panel Q&A.
CCCC Presentation March 2014
Composition in Scientific Inquiry: SeuratSpots, DiscoBalls, and the Making of Meaning in Science. Here’s a link to the slides from our presentation in Indianapolis, IN at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC):