Special thanks to Susan Ledlow for sharing this Good Read with Circles of Innovation. In this article from Campus Technology, Paul Beaudoin discusses some of the “Tried and tested strategies for molding better online instructors.”
Posts Categorized: Good Reads
I’ve been reading business books this summer as I try to update the curriculum for Digital Industry Practices. “The Lean Startup” by Eric Ries finally got me to understand concepts like ‘minimum viable project’ and ‘fast iteration’ that I hear my web developer friends talking about so often. The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous […]
The mark Cuban Weblog stats that don’t follow your passion because there will be lots of things you will be passionate about…..
EMTs save lives in many ways.
Author: Leighann OstrowskyLeonard Discipline: psychology Title: update of jani, childhood onset schizophrenia Categories: psychology, abnormal psychology, schizophrenia Tags: childhood, psychology, abnormal psychology, schizophrenia Introductory Text: This article and video is used in class when discussing child psychopathologies and how rare it is for a child to have schizophrenia and how hard it is on family with family […]
This post talks about getting students to write. Many of the postings are associated with science.
In 2005, Garner found that response rates doubled when Post-It notes with hand-written requests were attached to survey materials. In 2012, the Irish Revenue replicated the study and found that among the 300 randomly assigned businesses, after 15 working days, response rates were 36% for the trial group and 19.2% for the control group (p […]
Hello Everyone, Here are the links to a few of my favorite FREE resources for STEM: 1. Phet – Great Simulations Developed by the University of Colorado team. All free, can be downloaded anywhere. PHET 2.CWSEI – Carl Weiman Science Educational Initiative – great resources for K-16 STEM educators. In case you do not know, […]
Confidently march across that bridge spanning the demand for green jobs and the supply of qualified people ready to fill them by earning an A.S. in EET…your green job credential! This blog post explains the value of an EET degree in the context of obtaining a green job. I found this blog at the Ecotech […]
As many of you know, I have been using private Facebook groups in my classroom for a year now to encourage discussion beyond the classroom. So far, it has been very successful. I found this information as I was looking for support for why using Facebook in an educational way. It explains how you don’t […]
This blog talks about seven goals to try an obtain currently when teaching programming. Then, it talks about five way to improve how we teach programming. The first way is to relate it to real world examples in other disciplines. The second concerns anticipating who computing will be done in the future and prepare the […]
This blog discusses the importance of Samba in Brazilian culture and it’s importance to both younger and older generations. Brazilian music has a rich history and this is a very informative blog from NPR about its current state. Samba Universe
I follow a blogger, librarian, consultant named Stephen Abrams who has a blogged named Stephen’s Lighthouse: Illuminating library industry trends, innovation and information. Many of his posts are items he’s currated from other websites. It’s a wonderful blog for anyone interested in the link between society and technology. This specific post I’d like to share […]
In the 21st century, the fast paced lifestyle most people lead can have a negative effect of their life: from health issues to performance issues at work to personal relationship problems, taking time to “smell the roses” is an important part of life. Carl Honore’s lecture demonstrates the advantages of taking time to do some […]
Since introverts are approximately 1/3 of our population and are often misrepresented as shy, reclusive, non-social, solitary, and withdrawn, there value in society that praises the outgoing extrovert has always been reduced. This video shows the unseen strengths of introverts and that they can fit in quite well if placed in a job that value […]