Teacherrogers

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

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H5P: Free Software for Developing Interactive Learning Objects

I’ve been wanting to learn how to develop interactive content for course design but didn’t have the time, money, or opportunity to learn the sophisticated […]

Time-saving Tips for Teaching Online Part 1

Commonly Used Software to Save Time Teaching online courses is very time-consuming, especially if you have to build the course yourself.  Here are a  few […]

A Rubric to Identify Online Course Plans for a Community of Inquiry

This blog was originally posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2018). Community of Inquiry A community of inquiry (COI) is what it sounds like—people gather […]

What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning?

What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning? was previously posted on the AACE Review (Rogers, 2017) In terms of education, ‘grit’ is a combination of […]

My Courses Available on Schoology’s Public Resources

In my departure from a College that uses Schoology, I thought of ways that I might be able to save my online course designs for […]

What do instructional designers do in higher education?

The work and the placement of instructional designers vary from institution to institution. For instance, my current position is with the Library and Instructional Resources […]

Instructional Strategies and Technologies for Online Learner Engagment

How can online instructors engage their students? Active learning engages the learner directly in the learning process through instructional activities with differing degrees of interaction, […]

Join me at AERA 2019 in Toronto

I’ll be attending my second conference of the American Educational Research Association (#AERA19) this year. The theme is ‘Leveraging Education Research in a Post-Truth Era: […]

Recipe for Digital Curation of Your Online Persona

Have you googled yourself lately? What does the Internet search reveal about you? With each hashtag, blog post, tweet, and online project at a time, […]

Accessibility Policy for Postsecondary Distance Education

I have been developing an accessibility policy for distance education for my college. It’s specific to the Schoology learning management system and other technologies and […]

Join me at the Emerald Coast TESOL conference in Pensacola

I serve as the professional development officer for the Emerald Coast Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ECTESOL), which is a chapter of the […]

Join the Educause Games and Learning Book Club Twitter Chat

I serve on the Educause Games & Learning Steering Committee. One of our new activities is to host book clubs on this topic via Twitter. […]

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