Can Blended Learning Wait?

There are no shortages of initiatives in education. Blended Learning is an interesting initiative; this teaching strategy is only possible because of the amazing technology […]

Can Blended Learning Wait?

There are no shortages of initiatives in education. Blended Learning is an interesting initiative; this teaching strategy is only possible because of the amazing technology […]

Authoring tool examples in microlearning

An authoring tool is software that creates an eLearning lesson or course. Once created, the course is usually packaged in a software wrapper before being […]

Mobile Authoring Tools – 6 ways they’re more effective than traditional eLearning authoring

eLearning courses are typically created by specialist companies using authoring tool software, packed into a SCORM file and then distributed to multiple companies’ different Learning […]

The Effectiveness of Diminished Choices

In an age when everyone has more choices than just a couple generations ago could ever have imagined – it is time to consider the effectiveness of […]

Quality Check Review: Perfecting your elearning Project

Why is it important to review your work? The general rule of thumb for any work you produce, publish and showcase, whether it’s your own […]

Week 5 of 8 ???? #8weeksofsummer Blog Prompt: Student Summer Experiences

Welcome to the #8weeksofsummer blog challenge. All educators welcome, join us and reflect on your practice during this built-in break for refreshment and reflection. Make sure […]

3 Ways to Become a Teacherpreneur

Entrepreneurs and educators do not always overlap. The nature of an educational career is predictable, and often a long sail on a ship, which if […]

Updating my Online Courses

I published a course back in 2013 {yikes, a while ago} which desperately needed updating. I accomplished a mini-goal of publishing a second course to […]

5 Things your Principal Thinks you Know about Technology

For whatever reason, Principals increasingly expect some basic knowledge out of all teachers. Yes, even that teacher down that hall. Use this round-up of basic […]

What do K12 Teachers Own?

Does it Matter what Teachers Own? Teachers in public K12 classrooms have some very basic similarities. We create, carry out, and then redo our lesson […]

A TPT Conspiracy?

The democratic idea of one teacher creating something and selling it to a teacher for a nominal fee is attractive. That is the premise of […]

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