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these memories can’t wait

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Super excited to participate and see and learn from so many I admire in the learning/teaching field.

I figure this is also a great way to see what can be done with WordPress in academic environs. While I have encouraged many to break the bonds with common LMS I am still learning and discovering the potential of all this digital stuff. And I want to rediscover some stories I have told.

Just to be clear, the title for my inexplicable publication noted below, and the title for this blog, came from my then interest in Isadora Duncan and her impact on dance and my most very favoritest pirate who could not be, Robert Louis Stevenson.

I used to combine words with scrawls. It was fun, and maybe that was the sole purpose. I tried to write important things and share them with others. So I did. For several months I was able to create a 8.5 x 14 folded flyer titled “excerpts from the Pagan Pirate Archives” and distribute it to local coffee shops and stores in the village of Sedona where I was living.

So here I shall try to recreate/refine/re imagine/relive that part of me in the landscape of the blog and of the class and to hang with so many I admire in the field of teaching and learning.


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