Groups, Groupings and Cohorts In Moodle LMS — The Basics Updated

Updated on April 23th, 2019 Moodle is based on the Social Constructionism pedagogy, according to which “We learn particularly well from the act of creating […]

Everything you need to know about animation-based learning [Huong Giang Bui]

Everything you need to know about animation-based learning — from by Huong Giang Bui When people talk about education, they often stress the formal […]

Our law school is going 100% online this fall [Christian]

?? To provide the best learning environment while keeping everyone safe, WMU-Cooley Law School made the decision to continue teaching classes ONLINE for the Fall […]

“What will learning look like this fall?” [Instructure | Canvas]

What will learning look like this fall? — excerpt and resources below are from Instructure’s Canvas CSM June 2020 Newsletter Institutions across the world are […]

FREE CPD >> Five Evidence-Informed Uses of #Edtech To Help Get Online Learning Right

A few months ago I was approached by Seneca to deliver a Teachmeet (as a webinar) as part of their TeachMeet series. When I agreed […]

The Curse of Knowledge in an Infant Safety Class [Byrd]

"…learners will not raise their hands and say, 'I don’t understand what you’re talking about.' No one wants to look like they’re stupid, so no […]

Flipped Learning Review: May | June 2020 Edition

  Flipped Learning Review — May | June 2020 Except from one of the articles entitled, “Preparing to switch between in-class and online learning — […]

Items re: feedback from Law Professor Kim O’Leary

Per Kim O’Leary, here are some resources re: the topic of giving/receiving feedback: Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well […]

Are our systems of education creating self-motivated learners? I don’t think so. The ramifications are increasingly serious.

Below is a snapshot from a video that Kim O’Leary, Professor at the WMU-Cooley Law School did regarding the topic of giving (and receiving) individualized […]

DC: Now on a journey to discover how our emotions impact our cognition. #SocraticMethod — helpful or not?

From DSC: I’m embarking on a journey to discover how our emotions impact our cognition. Why? I have a suspicion that the Socratic Method is […]

Besides a learning journal, here’s another idea to consider using: The Start, Stop, Continue Strategy by Barbi Honeycutt

From DSC: Besides the idea of a learning journal and having students check in on these 3 questions… …here’s another idea/approach to consider using: The […]

CALI Mini-Course: Preparing for the Future of Legal Education – Online Teaching Tips & Techniques

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