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Drew commented on the post, Find All the "N"s, on the site Hearts and Spades 6 years ago
95 total, here are the “n” in the first…[Read more]
Drew wrote a new post, It might be free but it ain’t cheap – UPDATE, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 2 months ago
UPDATE: I wrote this post in haste while upset and worn out after a meltdown of a system I’ve been caring for for a long time. After talking to some people in the network, who I insulted with my brashness, it’s […]
Drew wrote a new post, How to add iframes to your website, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 3 months ago
There are often times when you’ll want to add an iframe element to your site. Many services offer cool widgets that come as iframes. Unfortunately iframes are also a bit dangerous, they are like windows into other […]
Drew commented on the post, Introducing the sticky nav to Make child themes, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 4 months ago
Yes, the code for the theme is available here: https://github.com/AgileLearningCenters/alc-wp-theme-make-child
However it’s a little bit broken at the moment, I haven’t been able to update to the latest version of the make parent theme. This probably isn’t the best implementation of a sticky shrinking nav. I would invite you to fork the code and…[Read more]
Drew commented on the post, Thoughts on Boredom & Electronics, on the site AnthonyG. 6 years, 5 months ago
Great post! I find video games to be a great way to practice the cycle of intention setting, creation, and reflection. They are well suited for intentional play. Beat this boss, complete this objective, master this skill, play 5 rounds. I suggest checking out Abe’s serise on mindful minecraft: http://abram.agilelearningcenters.org/series/mindful-minecraft/
Drew commented on the post, Sushi Go game review, on the site Realm of awesomeness 6 years, 6 months ago
I’m a big fan of this game, love the dilemma of knowing you’re passing a good card to your opponent.
Drew wrote a new post, Spring time in Oahu, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 6 months ago
Earlier this year I visited Oahu Hawaii to support the now dormant ALC Oahu. You can read more about my time there in this detailed debrief.
Drew wrote a new post, Creating a Live Hangout Event, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 8 months ago
We have a Hangout culture in ALC land. At least once a week I get on a Google Hangout call and talk, coordinate, share, or co-work with my peers. It’s great fun and easy (especially when we’ve set up special […]
Drew wrote a new post, Presenting Change Up at the Twin Oaks Communities Conference, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 8 months ago
Over Labor Day weekend, a small group of Agile Learning Facilitators attended the Twin Oaks Communities Conference in central Virginia to host a workshop titled Culture Hacking 101, covering the Agile Learning […]
The “too many presenters” review is interesting to me in that it was my very first but temporary reaction to the presenting at ALF Summer 2016 that first Monday. My opinion quickly shifted once I got a more thorough view of how the whole team operated together, realized it was just the team’s style and saw the treasure of it.
Common struggle is one hell of a unifying force.
Drew commented on the post, Roots Mastery Board, on the site Liam's ALF Blog 6 years, 8 months ago
Very cool! I love this as a facilitator tool. I think you should have the trust bit on there.
Diagrams are great too!
Drew wrote a new post, First Network News Call Recap, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 9 months ago
Our first Network News Call went very well. This post is a recap of the call, with links and all that fine stuff. If you missed the call, don’t worry, it’s available on YouTube! Watch below:
Drew wrote a new post, How to run a Network News Call, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 9 months ago
I held the first ever Network News Call September 11th at 11am ET. It was broadcast live using YouTube. This call will covers Network news and information for the ALC community. Check out a recap from the call. Th […]
Drew commented on the post, It's A Start Up Life for Us, on the site AnthonyG. 6 years, 9 months ago
great post, thanks for sharing!
Drew wrote a new post, Managing Versions and Displaying Images from Google Drive, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 9 months ago
I use Google Drive to save and share documents. With Google Drive one can upload big files and share them with people. Often times I’ll host files on Google Drive and create links to those files on web pages. If I […]
Drew wrote a new post, ALC One Pagers, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 10 months ago
I’ve been working on some single page info sheets that explain ALC and some of our tools. Over the past several months these pages have grown into a nice little package. I’ve just given them a design pass to […]
Drew posted a new activity comment 6 years, 10 months ago
Awesome, welcome Antonio, we are settling in after ALF Summer and I’ll have some juicy info for you and the other members coming soon.
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Drew commented on the post, Facil-Prac Board Makeover, on the site Liam's ALF Blog 6 years, 10 months ago
This is so good and well documented! I love it!
Drew commented on the post, ALC Network Holding Proposal 2016, on the site Drew the ALF's blog 6 years, 10 months ago
Thanks for the thoughtful comment @abram! It reminds me of a quote I attribute to you, which sits on the ALF Community Mastery Board at the top of the “awareness”.
Ad-hoc, organic hierarchies of knowledge and ability are always-already forming under a ‘do-ocracy’
I’m very sensitive to power and find that I am very skeptical of it, probably…[Read more]
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Hi Drew, I read about 2 thirds of it (because life). I would say that we, at Mont-Libre, decided to join the ALC network for four main reasons: it is not expensive, it offers a network of support, the agility idea and the free webiste for us and our teens. For this reason, I would like us to find a ways to keep that cost low since the accessibility and how friendly user the wordpress is made it easy for us to strat something and to also show to parents that teens could do exciting things quite easily at the centre, in this case, building website. So I have two suggestions, each centre could pay 12,99 each year to improve the capacity of the network. Assuming that you are refering to is helping everyone manoeuvre through their webiste and blogs as not being cheap, we could potentially use a sliding scale for each centre where depending on the profit each centre make they would pay small percentage of it to ALC to help with IT if that makes any sense.