Category: tutorial

SCAFFOLDING

These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. In my work as a teacher, I’ve found scaffolding is an effective tool to help people learn. This is something Dan talked about in his Workshop! Workshop! back in early January. And …

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Learning is a Skill

Skills

These posts are adapted from the 20 minute lessons on story telling presented by Dan at the beginning of our Workshop! Workshop! show. At the Workshop! Workshop! We are always pushing the agenda that everything is a skill. Writing is a skill. Telling a story is a skill. In terms of nature vs nurture, we …

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Sept: 15th Robot Apocalypse JEN

RSVP on facebook! This is a giant game of tag invented by the creators of sf0.org and is licensed under a creative commons attribution noncommercial license.

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This year’s course is majestic. This years course is one that will test your stamina and reignite why you fell in love with JEN in the first place.

This is the second iteration of the Robot Apocalypse version of JEN. As such we have new twists created by a team that’s been here before.

The game rules are the same. The story is the same. But the core is enhanced.

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Food Food Food

How to throw a potluck!

At least, how to throw a potluck in the style that’s mine! The idea for throwing community potlucks came to us by way of a writer and friend, Nick Tramdak. I suggest those of you interested in the writing of up and coming go-getters check out his twitter. He, along with his roommate Dimitri, were throwing regular potlucks in the Pilsen area. All the invites came with an open invitation for those interested in community pow-wows to invite like-minded folks. The invites they wrote up for the events were fantastic.

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