” I think Number One is – you need to relax. You need to be yourself. Kids can smell authenticity. So don’t try to pretend.”
Could you use interactive diagrams for assessment in your course?
During the summer months, I won’t be writing this blog twice a week as I do during the school year. So, I want to share with you this “dean’s list” of best blogs in higher education and ed tech, from EdTech Magazine. You’ll find a wide-range of topics and approaches to technology and higher education, […]
“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.”
Infographics can help us flip our classrooms in many ways.
Lots to learn from the website “Verbal to Visual” about visual note taking and online teaching.
Learn more about Backward Design and how it can help you design all of your courses, online and on-the-ground.
Consider Lucidchart, which has Google App integration, for some of your diagramming needs.
Check out the new, updated version of Google Sites for an easy way to create web pages for your teaching–and to have your students create web-pages as part of their coursework.
Learn more about Adobe Spark, a new, web-based and free tool for the creation of great-looking videos, web pages, and static images. A great visual storytelling tool.