Richard Byrne, who writes the wonderful blog Free Technology For Teachers, shared “7 Great Tools for Creating Flipped Lessons from Existing Videos.” He mentions things featured on this blog in the past, like EdPuzzle, but he also showcases a few things not covered here in depth (at least, not yet). Featured are: TesTeach EdPuzzle PlayPosit […]
“Distraction occurs, the authors argue, when we are pursuing a goal that really matters and something blocks our efforts to achieve it.”
“What’s no longer deemed as effective is lecturing compared to the alternative of active learning. Many faculty members don’t use much active learning even though many now acknowledge that they should. This article offers four ways to get started or to move forward in your use of active learning.”
Have you ever wondered: How do I get my course total grades in my grade book to show up as percentages instead of as total numbers? Here’s how!
“For anyone who needs a quick-and-dirty method for recording a program on their [Windows 10] desktop, however, the Game DVR works well enough.”
My adventure in using comics to get important process information to my advisees.
“What I do try to think about, a lot, is excellent teaching and doing the right thing with my students. Avoiding pedagogical models that show a clear trend of helping students learn mathematics, because I am afraid of my students or because I am trying to protect myself, is not the right thing. If I get tenure, I want it to be because of what I did in the classroom, not because of what I avoided doing.”