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For most of my childhood and adult learning, I DID IT, as Frank Sinatra says, MY WAY! As I’ve come to learn it was more appropriately, THE HARD WAY; the wrong strategy for me to learn!! After reading the book,
How might we use knowledge of andragogy and pedagogy to enhance our ability to leverage educational technology for teaching and learning? I recently took a new position which involved a change in my roles and responsibilities. One of these new responsibilities
On the evenings of March 6th and 10th, I participated in two Twitter Chats with the hashtags #GAFEChat and #QMIDAChat. It was probably my 5th/6th time Twitter chatting, ever. I have used Twitter for my own professional development since I first signed
WHAT ARE TWITTER CHATS? Twitter chats are one of the best ways for educators to connect with other educators, exchange and debate ideas, ask for help and provide assistance, find new resources and take action. You meet at a set ‘meeting
disclaimer: not an actual letter – an EDT-520 project Dear Incoming Freshman, Welcome to Colgate University. This letter is designed to help you navigate the technology resources available on campus and to understand the ways we support all students to
A tool I created to use when evaluating new apps/tools for use in the classroom:[googleapps domain=”docs” dir=”document/d/1frpBJPNkg-SscK7K-7dLujvF6RtlmD_-0zDqFBiUCUI/pub” query=”embedded=true” /]
I found a very insightful paper that investigates the how, why and if college faculty use iPads in teaching. The SAMR model was used to analyze the level of use of those faculty who did use the iPads for teaching.