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Here is my final postcard for the course I’m taking.  It’s a response to “Now THAT is evidence: tracking down the evil ‘whatever’ interpretation” by Meszaros, C and “An introduction to codes and coding” by Saldana, J.  Click here for more information about why I’m doing these postcards.

Postcard 7 - Coding in three part harmony

Here is another ‘postcard’ for my SFU masters – it is an artistic representation of my readings and/or inquiry project.  I’m taking a very open interpretation of the term postcard here; I replaced the traditional image with a very specific soundscape that both enhances and contributes to the meaning of the poem.  This postcard is a response to an article called “Cognition, co-emergence, curriculum” by Brent Davis, Dennis J. Sumara & Thomas E. Kieren.  I created this postcard using Windows Movie Maker.

 

One of the assignments I have to complete after each week’s readings (for my masters) is to create a ‘postcard’ that in some way incorporates the ideas from the texts we read.  I thought I’d upload this week’s postcard after reading Margaret Lattat and Jeong_Hee Kim’s article “Narrative Inquiry: Seeking Relations as Modes of Interaction” (2010) and Carl Leggo’s  “Astonishing Silence: Knowing in Poetry” (2007).  If you want the full annotation please contact me.

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