As I’ve mentioned before, I teach in the relatively specialized area of Applied Behavior Analysis. It’s very difficult to find high-quality, open-source, accurate material. That is, there are a TON of videos on YouTube about basic concepts of behaviorism (e.g., reinforcement, punishment), but more…
The Creating an Interactive Syllabus Workshop, offered by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), is an outstanding idea with awesome resources (see end of this post), lots of potential, but ineffective implementation. I wasn’t sure about taking this workshop due to…
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Jane McGonigal‘s TED Talk, “Gaming Can Make a Better World,” has been in the back of my mind for a long time. Reading/thinking about my Big Idea, I can’t help but feel an overwhelming desire to create a learning environment that lends…
Just joined a free, online self-paced course in “Universal Design and Accessibility” if anyone wants to join me.
See on Scoop.it – Technology Stuff Teaching face-to-face and teaching online are both teaching, but they are qualitatively different. Teaching face-to-face and teaching online are both teaching, but they are qualitatively different. In comparison, driving a car and riding…
Excellent TED Talk by Jane McGonigal on gamification.
I am so impressed with the quality of presentations made with Prezi. I will definitely will be encouraging my students to step away from the boring PowerPoint and move to a more active presentation tool like Prezi or SlideRocket. I…
Tremendous variety of work focused on topics such as branding, original art, clothing design, etc. I can see how students might be more motivated to create projects such as these for public display as opposed to creating them for private…
The Master Lego Builders: Liz and Heather used Option A. Lego’s ROCK!!
Sarah and Polly (mostly Polly!)
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