Monthly Archives: May 2011

Another test of team whiteboards

A couple of weeks ago I was grading papers in the beautiful “vista” portion of our hallway here: It’s a lovely place to sit and work. The light is great, and my eyes can scan over the seasonal changes in … Continue reading

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Liberating Structures

I attended a fascinating session yesterday: Feet on the Ground, Shooting for the Moon, Design Thinking, Positive Deviance & Liberating Structures in Action by Keith McCandless, Mary Katica & Molly Angel. I was impressed. Liberating Structures feels very powerful, inclusive … Continue reading

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Yet more on whiteboards in class

This morning I bumped into Diane Gillepsie. Diane is a veteran teacher and professor here at UW Bothell, and the 2010 Winner of the University of Washington Distinguished Teaching Award. I’ve had the pleasure of talking her a few times, … Continue reading

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More on whiteboards in class

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about how whiteboards rock in the class I’m teaching on Analysis and Design. Things have progressed since then. The first step started from a conversation in the “vista” portion of our hallway where … Continue reading

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