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Starting Off on the Right Foot: Building Community in Online Learning
After months of waiting and 2,483 miles of driving across the country, November 2nd was finally here. I was about to start a new job during a pandemic. Waiting to join my first Webex meeting at GSU, I took deep breaths and nervously sipped coffee in (More)
A Wrinkle in Class Time, Part 1
Detail from William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. CC BY-SA 3.0. Why Talk About Time? How (More)
Teamwork Makes the Dream Work...With Some Help Along the Way
“Group projects make me understand why Batman works alone.” - Anonymous It’s no secret that students are often less than enthused about working with their classmates. We’ve all heard the horror stories: the group member that never shows up, the domi (More)
Interwebs - What Computers Can't Do
This article from the NYTimes does a great job of reminding people what it is that computers are unable to do, and con (More)
Interwebs - NYTimes - Young Minds
If you aren't a reader of The Stone, the NYTimes weekly opinion column where "contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless" or something or other, you should probably pat yourself on the back - it was great for the (More)
Cool Tools: Word Lens
Folks who have attended our seminar on Teaching with iPads have heard me talk about the major benefits of mobile devices and how they relate to learning. Particularly, the characteristics include: Location awareness Remote engagement Continuo (More)
Interwebs - What Computers Can't Do
This article from the NYTimes does a great job of reminding people what it is that computers are unable to do, and consequently, what it is that (More)
Interwebs - NYTimes - Young Minds
If you aren't a reader of The Stone, the NYTimes weekly opinion column where "contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless" or something or other, you should probably pat yourself on the back - it was great for the (More)
Cool Tools: Word Lens
Folks who have attended our seminar on Teaching with iPads have heard me talk about the major benefits of mobile devices and how they relate to learning. Particularly, the characteristics include: Location awareness Remote engagement Continuo (More)
A Rubric for Student Evaluations (Physics Education Project)
During the Spring 2016 semester, I started a physics education project with Dr. Thoms of the Physics Department at GSU. I wrote a blog about it that can be found here< (More)
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