Archive for the ‘ Week’s Best ’ Category

Week’s best: September 12-19, 2012

Here are some blog posts I’d like to point your attention to:


Week’s best: Sept 5-12, 2012

A few of the blog posts that stood out to me this week:


What stood out to you this week?

Week’s best: Oct 29-September 5

I almost forgot I used to do this… so this is not a comprehensive list, but here are a couple of posts that stood out to me from this past week:

Nick provides an example of an optical illusion that shows the difference between children and adults’ visual perception. I think he posted this while we were having this conversation in class -wish he’d shared it then!

Kanrawi makes a very clear point in her reading reflection – if you understand the human mind, you can create your own guidelines for whatever new environment/technology comes up, rather than have to wait for someone to tell you what to do/not do.

Oh, and Carol has been on a roll – she wrote quite a few posts on her blog last week, and they all demonstrate a clear understanding of course concepts, so head over and take a look!

What were some of your favorite posts from last week?

Post of the week: Oct 2-7

I’m probably doing injustice to a lot of other posts students wrote this week, but I ABSOLUTELY love Laura’s find, a brilliant illustration of Gestalt principles of visual perception.

What was your post of the week?