5 Benefits of Virtual Schooling

There are many benefits to attending a virtual high school.  If you or your child are interested in this option, take a look at just […]

Reflections on “Cut the curriculum” [Richardson; K-12 focused]

Cut the curriculum — from willrichardson.com by Will Richardson Excerpt: Here’s an idea: A Minimal Viable Curriculum (MVC). That’s what Christian Talbot over at Basecamp is […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 1/14/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: A great resource for free stock imagery Why machine learning matters for designers How the right […]

Time to Think

As part of my new role at Coventry University Online I have been exposed to the world of the ‘Thinking Environment’. This is, in essence, […]

How faculty can ‘click’ their way to a more inclusive classroom [Hogan & Sathy]

How faculty can ‘click’ their way to a more inclusive classroom — from edsurge.com by Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy Excerpt: What do you think […]

100 voices of AR/VR in education; soar over the streets of Ancient Rome; plus 6 other XR-related postings

  100 voices of AR/VR in education — from virtualiteach.com     Ambitious VR experience restores 7,000 Roman buildings, monuments to their former glory  — from smithsonianmag.com by […]

Top Trends in Active and Collaborative Learning [Hammett]

Top Trends in Active and Collaborative Learning — from thesextantgroup.com by Joe Hammett Excerpts: My daughter is a maker. She spends hours tinkering with sewing machines […]

Introducing several new ideas to provide personalized, customized learning experiences for all kinds of learners! [Christian]

From DSC: I have often reflected on differentiation or what some call personalized learning and/or customized learning. How does a busy teacher, instructor, professor, or trainer […]

A Space for Learning: A review of research on active learning spaces [Talbert & Mo-Avi]

A Space for Learning: A review of research on active learning spaces — from by Robert Talbert and Anat Mor-Avi Abstract: Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) […]

Reflections on “Are ‘smart’ classrooms the future?” [Johnston]

Are ‘smart’ classrooms the future? — from campustechnology.com by Julie Johnston Indiana University explores that question by bringing together tech partners and university leaders to […]

Grabbing someone’s attention to get through “the gate” [Christian]

From DSC: Ever notice how effective Ted Talks begin? They seek to instantly grab your attention with a zinger question, a somewhat shocking statement, an […]

In-Lecture Use Of Electronics On The Limelight And What It Means For Moodle

A year ago, Susan Dynarski, economics professor at the University of Michigan, decided to ban the use of non-specially formulated electronics during lectures. On an […]

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