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Using learning strategies in F2F Classrooms

I use a lot of elearning strategies in my face-to-face classroom because I teach in a multimedia lab that has one-to-one computer workstations. My classes always revolve around the class website, which is a place where lessons, assignments, announcements, and...

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Using Worked Examples In Multimedia Education

Link to presentation. Using worked examples in e-learning can be a powerful method of teaching. A worked example is a step by step demonstration of how to perform a task. Embedded in the presentation above is a short tutorial showing how...

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Project #6: Coherence Analysis

Have you ever noticed when navigating unfamiliar city streets, that you turn your music down? There is nothing about looking for street signs or avoiding traffic that requires you to hear, yet you turn the music off when you need...

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Haiku Deck Presentation of the Fast for Nonviolence

Here is a link to my Haiku Deck Presentation on the Fast for Nonviolence. The Fast for Nonviolence – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires. My multimedia program participates in a yearly project called the Fast for Nonviolence....

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Technology Use Brainstorm

Moodle, Forum, Badges, hangouts, oh man. A Moodle site and a forum would be the ultimate beginnings of the blended learning approach I want to create with my multimedia academy and classes. We have classes and students throughout the day...

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Reflection on the Blended Learning Competency Framework

The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) have helped develop the iNACOL Blended Learning Teacher Competency Framework (available here). In reading through this framework I was struck by a very simple sentence in the Preface, “central to its development was...