Because it’s always a good thing to write down.
1. Write More
Always number one on the list. To be honest, 2012 wasn’t too bad of a year, especially given the fact that I started a new job. That said, I want to write (blogging or otherwise) 5 times a week. By the end of [...]
There are rules, guidelines at the very least. You can’t just create something the morning of class, pick your favorite colors, throw in some clip art or stolen Google image search results and expect magic. Aesthetics matter.
We live in the world of screen. Our students live in the world of interactive, clamoring for attention, screen. Not paper. Paper [...]
There are some 7.2 million teachers in the United States. Some are good, some are bad. Some are luddites and some are patiently waiting the singularity.
The biggest trick for me, as a teacher (or in my current case, semi-teacher), is to connect with other creative educators who think outside the box. In the past [...]
Great presentation that summarizes much of the information I’m finding with eLearning. From Cathy Moore’s site “making change“.
How to save the world with elearning scenarios View more documents from Cathy Moore.
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