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

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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 […]

ECTESOL Conference in Pensacola Feb. 3rd

The Emerald Coast TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conference is this Saturday from 10-3 at University of West Florida International Center. The […]

Thank you to my followers!

With the new year, it’s time to reflect, plan, and show gratitude. Last year, my blog and Twitter accounts attracted more followers. Both now have […]

Google Provides Free Professional Development Online for Educators

I just completed free professional development offered to educators on Google Apps for Education to become a Google Certified Educator. Level 1 is on the […]

My Children Stories on Storybird

I studied creative writing at UCLA’s extension program back in the 90s with two published children’s authors.  It was my outlet for creativity. Since then, […]

Universal Design for Learning

Universal design (UD) refers to the consideration of the needs for persons with disabilities in regards to physical spaces and objects.  The Principles of Universal […]

Gagne’s Instructional Sequence for Podcast Learning Module

The following instructional design strategy is based on Gagné’s (1985) nine events of instruction in which he provided a format for designing effective training by […]

Elements of Cooperative Learning and Their Application to Distance Ed

  According to Wikipedia, the cooperative learning theory has been around since the 1930s and discussed by researchers from diverse fields such as philosophy and […]

How you can help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

See blog post from PBS below. It could take a year or more to rebuild certain areas of Puerto Rico, officials say. Here’s how you […]

Hurricane Preparation

Note. This blog originally was co-created with my friends and family on my personal Facebook account to share publicly with my readers back in 2011. […]