It’s the middle of spring break, so only one student showed up at my office hours/workshop this evening. We started around 4:40 pm and ended an hour later. Specifically, we: Reviewed how to change directories in the terminal and update her theme from the main Git repository. Increased the number of images appearing on the […]
To accommodate Entrepreneurial Journalism students, I moved my office hours to Thursday this week. It was scheduled for 5 pm, but no one showed up until 5:30 pm. This was a problem, as there was a rush at the end when I had to leave at 6:30 pm. Overall, three students showed up of the five expected.
Only three people showed up, so it ended up being more like office hours than anything else. It was a productive use of my time, although I need to solve the problem of one teacher to N studens with individual needs. I wish students were more receptive to the idea of teaching one another and […]
Last night between 5:30 and 7, we did another HTML/CSS workshop at the J-School. Twelve people showed up, which was much better than the six or so we expected. The participants were mostly from Interactive 2 although there were a few from other programs who had never touched CSS. Overall, I think the workshop went […]
Following Lauren’s lead, I’ll be speaking at the Spring College Media Convention on Sunday morning, March 13th (the conference runs March 12th through 15th) at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. The organizers have asked me to lead two sessions: WordPress hack attack (Sunday, 9-9:50 a.m., New Media Central 1) – The basic WordPress website […]
January Academy advanced WordPress workshop this morning went 100x better than Friday’s workshop. We tried covering a lot less, to greater success, and having less attendees meant people were more or less on the same page. Hopefully I’ll have time to do a debrief post by the end of the week.