Curious David Redux: Links to My Favorite Learning Tools

Caveat Lector: This blog piece is laden with hypertext links that lead you to additional thoughts I have about these learning tools! With the deadline […]

Oops – My Playful Memory Failed Me!

    I’ve never claimed to have eidetic memory. Clearly I don’t. I committed a memory faux pas last week by sending a message on my […]

What are Your Favorite Apps? Why?

    I am in the process of deleting apps which are merely cluttering space on my iPhone and iPads. I hope to replace them […]

Brain Boosting or Bloated Claims? Promising Research or Wishful Thinking? Part 1

At Christmas time one of my nephews gave me some brain challenging puzzles. For a few minutes I was able to fool him (and myself!) […]

Experimenting with Screen Casting: 2009 – 2018

As I continue to “declutter,” refocus, and wind up and wind down, I  (re)discovered over 50 screen casts my students and I made and stored on […]

Book-Writing With Students

Book Promo My students and I are in the process of writing about Brain Fitness Training. This book-writing task necessitates, among other things, considerable collaborative […]

Top Ten Learning Tools to Be Used in My Research Seminar

The deadline is approaching for participating in Jane Hart’s 2017 survey of Top 10 Learning Tools. My nominations this year reflect the tools I am […]

Bon APPetit

What are your favorite apps? Which do you no longer use? Filed under: Curious David Tagged: app generation, Apps, Decluttering

Favorite Apps of My Student Research Assistants (Part 1)

Apps I use as a College Student – Lizzy Hoehnke Pinterest: Pros: Allows one to find new and creative recipes, crafts, fashion ideas, hair ideas, […]

In Search of the “Best” Screencasting Software

  When I am especially busy, I encourage my student research team to use their creativity to surprise me. Here is their preliminary work for […]

What do my research students do in my absence? Exploring Camtasia

Despite the semester only being a month old, I have been unusually busy with other Carroll matters at times when I ordinarily would be working […]

What Do my Students Do in My Absence (Part 2): Lizzy and Tia’s Take on Voila

Voila is a great screen casting software that can be downloaded on your iMac, iPhone, and iPad. Since Evernote is getting rid of the software, […]

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