David in Carroll Land

Exploration, reviews, and reflections on elearning tools I have used or investigated. I am a Professor of Psychology especially interested in cross-global communication and enjoy learning with others.

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Posts by David in Carroll Land

Strategic Plan Data Mining 101

What might prove useful resources to (re)visit as Carroll begins a Strategic Planning Process? Payscale.com’s recent release College/University ROI data base (see below) reminded me of the […]

Choosing the Appropriate Technology Learning Tool: Thoughts from a Decade Ago

      I am revisiting the 200 blog pieces I’ve written or co-written the past 11 years. The thoughts below still accurately reflect how […]

What have you learned today?

Lots of (re)learning in my near future as I upgrade my Macs to High Sierra. More learning of an additional kind is occurring in my […]

We All have Pieces of the Puzzle—and the Potential for Making New Pieces to Create New Pictures.

I have very few spare minutes today. With aging comes an increased awareness of the fact that I no longer can successfully delude myself about […]

Day 1 (Professor’s Perspective) September 2017

Even after almost 40 years of teaching at Carroll, the first day of class is anxiety-arousing, pressured, critical, and rewarding. As a youth, I was […]

Building Student Research Teams

  Though I failed to get the crowd funding I sought last year (described in an earlier post) I am delighted to report that I have […]

Protected: Everything You Forgot from My Statistics Class: The Best of Curious David

This post is password protected. You must visit the website and enter the password to continue reading. Filed under: Carroll University USA, Curious David, PSY205, […]

Thanks for the Memories

  I’m looking forward to returning to the classroom this week.  I’m particularly excited about what we may be able to accomplish in my research […]

Top Ten Learning Tools to Be Used in My Research Seminar

The deadline is approaching for participating in Jane Hart’s 2017 survey of Top 10 Learning Tools. My nominations this year reflect the tools I am […]

Peeking Out of My Invisibility Cloak: My Research Assistants Evaluate Quizlet

Sharpening and trying out learning tools for 2017 (tonight I tried learning Spanish with Babbel:)), I came across a blog post written by my student […]

Dear 2017 Carroll University Graduate…

Dear 2017 Carroll University Graduate… Now is a good time to gather together some last thoughts about and for you. Because of my age seniority […]

Thank you, Graduating Carroll Seniors: Flashbacks and Flash Forwards

The closer I get to retirement, the more meaningful Carroll graduations, past traditions, and the relationships I have formed with students become. Carroll has changed […]

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