*Fun? Just stop not having some.* One of my colleagues came up with this
quirky statement and the phrasing forces you to think about the wording to
labour the point. It seemed like a great place to use it answering your
I can say that leading up to the roll out of the class I was not having
much fun––and week 1 and 2 again, not so much. The past couple of weeks
however, I've been getting more comfortable with my roll as a TBL
facilitator and yes, I've been have some fun! We've managed some great
discussions in class and it seems the rats have been just challenging
enough. So far so good.
Of course this sudden onset of euphoria may come to a crashing halt next
week, when I plan on administering the survey to students you requested. In
this moment however, I'm enjoying the ups and downs of this experiment–ask
me again after the survey comes in....
On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 3:28 PM, Nancy page <nancy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Fun? Just stop not having some!
On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 3:09 PM, Bill Roberson <Bill.Roberson@xxxxxx>
We hope you’ll post a note to the listserv giving your colleagues a short
update on your TBL implementations. How’s it going? Are you having fun yet?
Bill Roberson, PhD
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Specialist | Centre for Innovation and
Excellence in Learning
Vancouver Island University | 900 Fifth Street, Nanaimo, BC V9R 5S5
250.753.3245 | bill.roberson@xxxxxx | B305 - R512-E
Nancy Pagé MA, CGD