Teacherrogers

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

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Minimum Technical Skill Requirements for Online Learners

One of my tasks as an instructional designer on my college campus is to provide learning guidelines and protocols for distance education. One way to […]

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As an educational technology evangelist at work (school), in my service projects, and research, I keep abreast of the latest technology innovations, instructional integrations, and […]

Join me at AECT in Kansas City, MO!

The Association for Educational Communications & Technology (#AECT) is, in my humble opinion, the premier association for instructional designers. My professors in my doctoral studies […]

Blackboard Test Generator Converts MS Word Formatted Tests into LMS Quizzes

The Blackboard (Bb) Test Generator converts your electronic file tests (i.e., MS Word or Text) into the learning management system (LMS) test questions. Bb Test Generator is an […]

My Schoology Gradebook Training Notes

For the past two years, our College has used Schoology‘s Enterprise version as our learning management system (LMS). We’re very pleased with it as administrators […]

Dear First Generation College Student,

Dear First Generation College Student, Decades ago, I was you.  Specifically, I was first-generation low-income (#FLI). Now, I have a doctorate and teach and train […]

An observer’s notes on the Socratic method in action

Here are my notes from the dialectic dialogue of the Socratic Seminar: An International Forum on Socratic Teaching held at the Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) […]

Bibliography on Active Learning

Want to learn more about active learning? Check out this reading list. In preparation for my Fulbright application to Norway for an active learning research […]

What I’m doing to help combat disinformation online

I’ve spent a lot of time the past two years reading and figuring out how to use technology and critical thinking to identify false information. […]

Remember the Human in Online Courses

Remember the human is something we intuitively do in traditional face-to-face classrooms, but somehow this gets lost in distance education. If it’s only text-based independent […]

Guest Blogging for the new AACE Review

I’m enjoying the challenge of guest blogging for the Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education’s (AACE) new blog, the AACE Review.  AACE is […]

Use Gwet’s AC1 instead of Cohen’s Kappa for Inter-rater Reliability

Last year, I attended a lecture by my former assessment and measurement professor, Dr. Van Haneghan, at the University of South Alabama. He addressed the […]

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