About me…Always looking to improve my practice of ICT integration across the curriculum, learn and share new things, I am presently involved in a course of study for a post-graduate certificate of educational technology and information literacy. My studies have illustrated to me the importance of new media in education and the necessity of empowering students with the skills to both use them effectively and to learn how to better direct their own learning. It has further underlined for me how inextricably interwoven effective use of new media and development of collaborative skills are becoming. Having worked with students from K – 12 for years I have a real respect for the necessity of an articulated integration curriculum from a whole school standpoint. I am excited to announce my new position at Doshisha International School, Kyoto. To learn more about me please feel free to view my Hub, the website where I am currently updating my online creations.
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Synergy I am quite pleased with this. I managed to tie yet another COETAIL project to work. I further used the opportunity to better familiarize myself with my new MacBook Pro (Jury is still out for me on how much … Continue reading
Please leave me a comment with any suggestions or feedback on this beta version of my final project for COETAIL course 4. The slide screenshot below is a link. Click it… DO IT!
As published in the article, The Classroom Is Obsolete: It’s Time for Something New, for edweek.org, Prakash Nair opines, … the classroom has been obsolete for several decades. That’s not just my opinion. It’s established science. A bold statement. One … Continue reading
Kim asked us for an image summing up our feelings about the course. I made this one and then turned it into a mini-iMovie with some narration as also requested.
As a former student of political science, one of the biggest lessons I derived from my studies is what I call the pattern of the pendulum. The swing from right (conservatism) to left (liberalism). “Forward” thinking to “back to basics.” … Continue reading
So, you’ve heard that personal learning networks (PLN) are a good thing. But, what are they? How do they work? How do I join one? All good questions. If you are just getting started then you have identified some common … Continue reading
Originally posted on User Generated Education:
Due to Khan Academy’s popularity, the idea of the flipped classroom has gained press and credibility within education circles. Briefly, the Flipped Classroom as described by Jonathan Martin is: Flip your instruction so that…
“There’s no such thing as information overload — only filter failure.” Clay Shirky More here, click it…