Teacherrogers

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

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Community of Inquiry: Research to Practice

Join me and peers from the Division of Distance Learning on June 29th at 11:00 am EST for the Association of Educational Communications and Technology […]

Design Media for How We Learn

One of the most impactful textbooks I read in my instructional design (ID) program was that of Clark and Meyer’s (2011) E-Learning and the Science […]

My Second Research Publication

I developed the Online Community of Inquiry Syllabus RubricĀ© (OCOISR) during my doctoral studies with the support of my Professor, Dr. James Van Haneghan, and […]

Online Teaching Readiness Needs Assessment

I created this questionnaire prior to collaborating with instructors preparing for online course design. It helped me gather their prior knowledge and better address where […]

Presentation: Capture ID Perspectives and PRACTICES for UDL and Active Learning

Who: Kapi’olani Community College Summer Camp (hyperlinked to website) Where: Online – register to access Zoom link. Registration is free! What: Professional development sessions for […]

Student Learning Organizer for Metacognitive Strategies

Directions for Students: Use this checklist to chart your metacognitive strategy usage. This is a job aid (how-to-guide) to help you remember how to maximize […]

Cognitive Learning Strategies for Students

Dear Students, Here are some cognitive strategies that will help you learn and remember the information in the long term. 1. Concept mapping – This […]

Redesigning Online Discussions for Social Presence

A community of inquiry includes the social and cognitive interactions among students, instructors, and experts in the field, as well as their interaction with the […]

My First Research Publication

My peer, Susie Gronseth, and I conducted a case study research about active learning and the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework this year. It […]

Program Evaluation Reference guide

During my doctoral studies in instructional design, I studied program evaluation. It was one of my favorite courses. I like the challenge of investigating situations […]

LMS Adoption: Needs Assessment Action Plan

Use Altschuld and Kumar's needs assessment method to select new learning software for your institution.

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 […]

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