"I'm looking for a teacher or two to demo a small wave at around 12:00 EST today. I have a meeting with another faculty member regarding wave, but she doesn't have an invite. Anyone available to help me out?"
With the emergence of social media and emerging technology how do know what type of technology to use in the classroom. This group will provide a discussion area for best practices when using this type of technology in education.See More
"This is one of the problems that I'm struggling with this year as well. I teach at a "technology" high school, and I am piloting a new method that we are learning through PD. It is called "The Student Centered, Technology Infused…"
I think it is good netiquette to wait at least 15 minutes to reply to an email. What do you think? Is that too long? Maybe 5 minutes for professional email within your department and 15 minutes for email that are outside your department or company? 30 minutes for educational email?See More
When newly graduated high school students or students who have been away from school for a while come to college, I have found that they are not “college-ready” to read, take notes, and study. As a college professor, I started to teach not only through the written word in an online course but through animated videos that I created script for with interactive graded exercises that students could work with 24/7. I continued this approach in my face to face classes. It allowed both learning…See More