Creating a Modified Flipped Classroom with Short Recordings Kelly Del Gatto received her B.S. in Elementary Education in 2010 and just completed her Masters of Education in Educational Technology in March 2014. She will be presenting the session, “How to teach in 5 places at once using an iPad, Educreation, and Edmodo” at the Teaching […]
Arguably the most exciting player to watch in major league baseball today is Yasiel Puig who plays for “your Los Angeles Dodgers.” He is not only a superb hitter with a remarkable ability, but he also plays all-out. He’s as likely to dive into second base to break up a double play as he is […]
How many times has an author cried: ‘Oh, God, I wish I’d never started on this!’? Well, I wanted to have a short section on MOOCs within a chapter on design models for teaching and learning in my online textbook, ‘Teaching in a Digital Age‘ and it is probably poetic justice that the section on MOOCs […]
Colvin, K. et al. (2014) Learning an Introductory Physics MOOC: All Cohorts Learn Equally, Including On-Campus Class, IRRODL, Vol. 15, No. 4 Why this paper? I don’t normally review individual journal articles, but I am making an exception in this case for several reasons: it is the only research publication I have seen that attempts to […]
Check out how Easy This Popular Free Tool is for Gathering Student Feedback During Class or Giving ‘Live’ Quizzes Socrative is a powerful yet simple Student Response System that lets students respond to ‘quick questions’ or full quizzes using smart phones, tablets, or computers. Teachers love it – its very popular. Check out the newest […]
Zawacki-Richter, O. and Anderson, T. (eds.) (2014) Online Distance Education: Towards a Research Agenda Athabasca AB: AU Press, pp. 508 It is somewhat daunting to review a book of over 500 pages of research on any topic. I doubt if few other than the editors are likely to read this book from cover to cover. It is more […]
With smartphones, tablets, laptops and all manner of digital gizmos available at every turn, it's little wonder many of us are often blind to the revolution that has taken place literally under our noses. And in such a short time, too. Nowhere is this more obvious than within the teaching environment, and at whatever level you care to consider, from elementary education to undergraduate courses at the local college or university. And with ...
Have you read this article yet? If not, I suggest you do. I came across this post from Susan Grajek (Educause) a few months ago when it first came out, but revisited it post-Educause as our team returned from the conference and many of these themes were highlighted when talking to clients and colleagues from different campuses.
Now that I’m almost done the annual NoelLevitz-to-CRMSummit-to-ACT-to-NACAC-to-Educause-to-Dreamforce tour, I’ve noticed a series of topics that keep cropping up in my conversations:
1/3rd of colleges are thriving, 1/3rd are striving and 1/3rd are struggling. For those struggling, the annual rotating door of admissions directors occurred at many.
It is homecoming time at colleges and universities across the country. Rivalrous football games with savory smelling tailgate culinary efforts are often part of an agenda-packed week on campus. But what if your campus doesn’t have a football team to drive alumni home?