Teacherrogers

Sandra Rogers blogs about instructional design, language learning, and technology for the pursuit of knowledge.

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tEACHING tIPS FOR cRITICAL tHINKING

In light of current events, I’d like to share a selection of my blogs on critical thinking with K-12 educators some of which could also […]

Thank you Note to My Followers and Visitors

Dear Readers, I’ve been blogging for a decade and there has never been such an extreme need to teach remotely or online. In August, my […]

Summary of a Dissertation on Gaming: Project Technologia

Slota, S. T. (2014). Project TECHNOLOGIA: A game-based approach to understanding situated intentionality (Doctoral dissertation, University of Connecticut). The reason that I selected this dissertation […]

Summary of Surviving Your Dissertation Guide

The following is a summary of a book I read for class in preparation for my dissertation with my personal notes. I thought some readers […]

Finding and Creating Images for oNline Courses

Images can shape the narrative of your online course, and equally important, affect students’ learning. The three most important things to consider when selecting an […]

guidance for teaching remotely

The following blog posts provide research-based guidance and vetted resources to enhance your understanding of how to teach remotely.

Kapi’olani Community College Free Online Conference Aug 3-7

I’ll be attending the University of Hawai’i Kapi’olani Community College Summer Camp next week for the first time. It’s not an actual camp but rather […]

My Instructional Design Collaboration with Instructors: Analysis PhASE

Instructional design (ID) encompasses a wide array of activities besides classroom learning such as the improvement of human performance, products, processes, and overall return on investments […]

Beyond Zoom: Alternative Lecture Formats

Are you and your students finding it difficult to spend hours on Zoom, or other web conferencing tools, for lectures? Beside the unhealthy aspect of […]

Snapshot: Remote Teaching and Learning Support

Remote Work On March 17, 2020, I packed up my workspace and went home to work remotely for the University of California-Los Angeles since the […]

eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference April 15-17

Hello Everyone, Please join the free & online 31st annual eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference that will take place Wednesday April 15 – April 17, […]

Tips for Using Web Conferencing Tools for Remote Teaching

As K-16 schools cancel face-to-face classes and transition to remote teaching online, many are using web conference tools for the first time. I’ve used them […]

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