Are Online Courses as Effective as In-Person Education?

Comparing the effectiveness of eLearning against its in-person peer poses a challenge. On one hand, the rapid growth of Internet technologies has seen a corresponding […]

Upcoming webinars from EDUCAUSE: Topics involve video, the Horizon Report, Instructional Design; VR & AR, teaching & learning

As teaching and learning spaces, technologies and applications continually evolve, it’s crucial to determine where we’re headed and what we hope to accomplish. EDUCAUSE, higher education’s […]

The woman who thinks time has rendered Western education obsolete [unlimited.world]

The woman who thinks time has rendered Western education obsolete — from unlimited.world with thanks to Maree Conway for her tweet on this Excerpt (emphasis […]

How to Create Effective Test Questions

Since online learning often separates teachers from learners across time and distance, we rely on evaluations – in the form of tests, quizzes and assessments […]

Puppets and Friends at #SXSWEDU: Teacher Vlog by @SamPatue

When I first started puppet making, just four years ago, I never guessed the passion I would develop for puppets in education. They certainly have […]

Tips for Better Data Visualization

If you’re in the business of data – analyzing it, assessing it, interpreting it, or presenting it – then you also need to find creative […]

Reflections on “HarvardX rolls out new adaptive learning feature in online course” [Lestch]

HarvardX rolls out new adaptive learning feature in online course — from edscoop.com by Corinne Lestch Students in MOOC adaptive learning experiment scored nearly 20 […]

What educators can learn about effective teaching from a Harvard prof [November]

What educators can learn about effective teaching from a Harvard prof — from ecampusnews.com by Alan November Excerpt: Harvard professor David Malan has managed to […]

CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM OF COURSERA

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How to Create Mnemonic Devices That Help Your Students Remember

Students can often feel overwhelmed by the extent of new information and concepts that they are exposed to throughout a course. As an instructional designer, […]

Networks for Lifelong Learning: A Tale of Two Students [November]

Networks for Lifelong Learning: A Tale of Two Students — from novemberlearning.com by Alan November Excerpts: Where to begin in leading this shift? There are […]

Highlights from the 2016 Flipped Classroom Conference [Harvey Mudd College]

Highlights from the 2016 Flipped Classroom Conference — from Harvey Mudd Colleg, with a special thanks to Calvin College Engineering Professor Jeremy VanAntwerp for this resource […]

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