The war on cheating: Real talk about the copy/paste battle

Cheating. It happens, a lot. A quick glance at another student’s test. Copying an entire page of math homework right before class. An internet search […]

Ruminations: CrowdFunding, Student Book-writing, and Grant-writing

  I had a few “extra minutes” at work today for reflection. I’m awaiting (dis)approval of seeking Crowdfunding financial support to expand my students’ capabilities to self publish […]

Journaling as a Daily Writing Activity

While cleaning the office today I came across my journal notes from when I still was a graduate student at Ohio State.  I had just returned […]

Using Internet Tools to Maximize My Effectiveness Inside and Outside the Classroom

Earlier this morning I had a team meeting with two of my student research assistants before leaving for an off-campus meeting with my Schneider Consulting […]

Rediscovering VoiceThread

    I continue to be alerted to so many good ideas via my the personal learning resources on my twitter feed. Today I was […]

Changes: How much tinkering should one do with a course that seems to work well?

Carroll has become a special place to me. I have been influenced greatly by its students, faculty, staff, administration, and alumni. By its traditions, theater […]

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy: Promoting HOT and Active Learning Using Technology Lunch & Learn

Lunch & Learn: How do I use technology to promote Active Learning and Higher Order Thinking? Participants will explore Web 2.0 tools available for Active […]

Why Twitter is Rising in Importance in My Personal Learning Program

It’s my research day. I just helped Leo the Great Pyr onto his Central Bark Doggie Day Care bus and had a team meeting with Lizzy […]

How much tinkering should one do with a course that seems to work well?

I continue to experiment with my “best” course to make it better by finding the right balance of technology-assisted and personally- delivered instruction. I have been […]

Too Many Terrific Tempting Apps

The transition to OS-X Yosemite seems to have resulted in minimum messups. A few incompatibility issues but none that warranted my reverting back to an […]

On Engaging Students: Adventures with StarQuiz

There is good recent research suggesting that repeated testing enhances learning. How can I best incorporate those important findings into my courses? As a beginning, I have […]

Retooling and Sharpening the Saw

Learning never ends. I am continuing to explore the value of technological learning tools to make my best course, PSY205, even better. Initial student feedback […]

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