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Bothering to blog

In last week’s post, we talked about conversations and Ideaplay’s hope that we can achieve enough critical blogging mass that conversations will be a regular feature of not only Ideaplay, but also the EPET blogging community as a whole. Blogging… Continue Reading →

Theoretical frameworks: an EPET conversation

One of our goals at Ideaplay for the past several months has been to hit a sort of “critical mass” where EPET students and faculty have started posting enough that we start responding to our colleagues’ posts and start a… Continue Reading →

Hybrid students and synchromodality

In addition to being a top-notch academic and research experience, the EPET program provides a number of opportunities that make our years at MSU particularly valuable. We’ve alluded to a couple of those, namely our close association with a fully-online… Continue Reading →

Tips for EPET abroad

EPET students and faculty are fortunate to have a number of opportunities for traveling to other countries during the years that they spend at MSU. Whether through the Fellowship to Enhance Global Understanding, as an instructor for the MAET overseas… Continue Reading →

Mailing lists, newsletters and listservs … oh my

Last year, while I took The Intellectual History of Educational Psychology (CEP 911) and became interested in cognitive psychology, I signed up for the cognitive science listserv (at MSU). Also last year, I signed up to receive the TPACK newsletter…. Continue Reading →

Content Curators: News from MAET

Many of us in EPET have close ties with our sister program, MSU’s Master of Arts in Educational Technology. On her blog, Dr. Leigh Graves Wolf recently posted about a new instructional role on Team MAET: the Content Curator. MAET┬áteaching… Continue Reading →

Parents and Practica

Parenting in grad school can be crazy hard. Thus begins Andrea Zellner‘s latest blog post at GradHacker, and there aren’t many of us (whether or not we’re parents ourselves just yet) who would disagree with that. How does one survive… Continue Reading →

Inbox discrimination: an EPET story

To one extent or another, all members of the educational community are concerned with discrimination. In an ideal world, K-16 education is both a place that is totally free from discrimination and a place in which citizens are trained to… Continue Reading →

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