Magic Jewball

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Yes, yes, only two things on the brain right now

Filed under : Baseball,Student Life
On October 21, 2009
At 10:00 pm
Comments : 9


Anyway, I managed to combine school and baseball tonight with my “Visualization of Instructional Design.” That is, do a PowerPoint (well, now I use Keynote but whatever) illustrating theories of Instructional Design with some other method of visualization.

Here’s how I did it.

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The professor said it was, “very unique.” I think that means, “I don’t even know what to think” in academic speak.


9 Comments for this post

  1. Priszm says:

    I hope you got an A. That was very creative.

  2. Irishcardinal says:

    I like it! Very very unique–uniquer than anything I’ve seem. I’m impressed. I’d give you an A+ and immunity from the next assignment.

  3. sarpon says:

    Fascinating. Where can one find materials applying this instructional methodology to development of strategic reaction to blatantly blown calls?

  4. North of the City says:


  5. Pam says:

    Now do it with tennis!

  6. Becca says:

    Thanks, all! No grade yet.

    Actually, Sarp, I was asked (by another student) to apply Instructional Design to why the Mets blew it this year and I did. She was impressed.

  7. KP says:

    Go Yanks!

    We’re going to the World Series baby!


    P.S. Nice job!

  8. Alfa says:

    That’s probably the first time Robbie Cano ever said “cognitive.”

    I want to see the Mets version!

  9. Becca says:

    He knows how to say it in Spanish, I just know it.

    The Mets version would probably be based on this image:

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