This infographic illustrates 4 stages in which technology integrates in learning in order to be transformative and disruptive. From directed (dependent on a teacher’s lead) to self-directed.
“A learning theory is an attempt to describe how people learn, helping us understand this inherently complex process.” The graphic in this post provides some of the learning theories you should know as an educator: For full article go to: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/03/learning-theories-every-teacher-should.html
Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-90) is certainly one of the most prominent names in psychology, behaviorism, social philosophy and his work has significantly influenced education. By his own accounts, his interest in education came from a visit he made to his daughter’s 4th grade class. After listening to a mathematics lesson he was in disbelief that [...]
An infographic about what Creative Commons is and how to properly use the works according to their license types.
An infographic that provides you with a number of different operators and symbols that may help you search the web with google more effectively.
While preparing for my class this spring, I thought about which learning objectives could be easily assessed with some sort of collaborative exercise. I ran across the article “Promoting Student Success Through Collaboration”in the January 21, 2013 issue of Faculty Focus by Dr. Oliver Dreon. It’s essentially an article discussing ways students can use Google [...]
I ran across this pic via twitter the other day, originally posted somewhere on Pinterest. The general tenor of the comments on this pic were of the chuckling variety, as in “Ha. Those kids today and their technology. They think taking photos of something on the overhead is taking notes. What a crazy world we live in!” [...]