In this video, Dr. Robert Williamson, Jr. (@rwilliamsonjr) of Hendrix College talks about how he teaches with Twitter. The video was created from a Google Hangout, Social Media in the Classroom: Extending the Learning Community,… Read More »Video: Teaching with Twitter – Pedagogy & Practice
“Alternate Reality Games in the Classroom,” written by Anastasia Salter (@AnaSalter) and published by Profhacker.
My title, “The calm between two storms”, is designed to place the audience in a weird spot. Some will feel surprised, considering our own time to be one not of calm, but rapid change. Others will see themselves as having successfully weathered storms economic and/or technological, and not be delighted at the onslaught of new ones.
Technology plays a primary role in my teaching, but I rarely turn on the computer that makes the classroom “smart.”
How to ease the miseries of grad school? Make sure there are fewer grad students.
From the Chronicle’s Wired blog: Obama Is Advised to Let Market Forces Decide Fate of MOOCs.
Topics include: Report cards, social services and immigration, and college prep for girls.
Do teachers need to focus on questions and process, instead of answers?
Discover how faculty and students can get free or reduced web hosting rates through Bluehost.
Educators across the region gathered at Conway High School for the Google in Education Arkansas Summit. Whether or not your institution uses Google Apps for Education, educators can use the suite of tools to either change how they work or bypass the learning management system (Moodle or Blackboard). I’m going to break down a few things that were covered and how they may apply in teaching and learning.
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