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Tag Archives: elearning
Are MOOCs and Competency-Based Learning on a Collision Course?
Let’s just be clear: Massive Open Online Courseware (MOOC) and Competency-Based Learning (CBL) are not the same thing. They both claim to be “personalized” learning, but that personalization is expressed in completely different ways. In the case of the MOOC, the … Continue reading
Posted in Academics, Technology Tagged Competency-Based Learning, Distance Learning, Education, education technology, Educational technology, elearning, Higher education, Learning, Massive open online course, Mastery learning, MOOC, programmed instruction, Southern New Hampshire University, Stanford, Teacher, teaching 19 Comments
My First MOOC!
Seems like I’ve been having a lot of interesting firsts lately…my first EdCamp last week, my first zip lining a few weeks ago (it was fun!) and now my first MOOC. For those new to the term (which hopefully isn’t … Continue reading
Teachers Love Technology!
I really enjoyed this graphic, which originally appeared on OnlineUniversities.com, so wanted to share it with you all here. We’re making huge progress with technology in the classroom. Isn’t it awesome?
Posted in Technology Tagged Android, Apple, Education, education technology, Educational technology, Educators, elearning, IOS, IPad, IPhone, K through 12, online university, onlineuniversities, tablets, Technology 3 Comments
Best of 2012 – These are a few of my favorite things!
It seems like everyone has a “Best of” list going right now as we wrap up 2012…so why not me too? Here is some of what I’ve really enjoyed this year… Blogs: GigaOm: I love this blog. It is just … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Arne Duncan, Audrey Watters, business model generation, clickers, Cnet, creativity, Education, Educational technology, elearning, Eric Barker, Frank Catalano, gigaom, Google, inbound marketing, Instructional design, IPad, K through 12, KQED, Learning, mindshift, Native Brain, Native Numbers, Performance, socrative, Steve Krug, student response systems, TabPilot, Teacher, teachercast, Technology, thiagi, Twitter, United States Secretary of Education, web usability 5 Comments
Civics Instruction…free and fun!
Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman Supreme Court Justice here in the U.S. She was appointed to the bench by President Ronald Reagan in 1981 and she retired from the bench in 2006. Justice O’Connor’s appointment to the bench … Continue reading
Karen Mahon appears on eLearn Chat!
I was delighted to be invited to appear on eLearning Chat today by Rick Zanotti, the host. What a fun experience it was. Rick and co-host Dawn Mahoney put me right at ease. And I got to talk about one … Continue reading
Top 10 eLearning Design Principles Compared
Today I was over on Jason Renshaw’s blog, English Raven. He posted a cool idea: to compare your top 10 elearning design principles to those of Kineo, an elearning solutions provider. Not only am I copying his idea, I’m copying … Continue reading