Teacherrogers

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

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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 […]

Using Google Suite for the Universal Design of Learning

Google Suite,  along with the Chrome browser’s Omnibox and useful extensions, can be used to enhance the teaching of all learners with universal instructional design […]

Instructional Design Graduate Assistantship Provided Apprenticeship

This year, I’m celebrating my 5th anniversary as an instructional designer (ID). Prior to this career path, I was an educator for 18 years, so […]

Call for Comprehensive Gun Laws Based on Research

  Let me begin by stating that I don’t have the answer for gun violence in America, but that doesn’t stop me from trying to […]

Join me at AERA in NYC

I’m so excited about attending my first conference of the American Educational Research Association (#AERA) this year. It will be held in New York City […]

Ask Congress to support and fund gun violence research

Dear Readers, I signed a petition on Action Network telling Congress to Ask Congress to support and fund gun violence research TODAY. See petition below. […]

Fair Use Recommendations for Viewing Copyrighted Media for Educational Purposes

One of the first issues I encountered on the job as an instructional designer was the misuse of copyrighted media by instructors. Unfortunately, this was […]

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