Monthly Archives: February 2014

Best Methods and Tools for Online Educators to Give Students Helpful and Meaningful Feedback

Originally posted on Online Learning Insights:
Giving Feedback to Students that Stands Out In last week’s post Tools-of-the-Trade to Make your Online Teaching Even Better I reviewed various tools that help online educators make a connection with students by using…

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Homeless Students

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The image below is of neither a house nor a home.  Building materials serve as the foundation that is the very beginning of the structure that may become a home. In a similar fashion, why do many educators think that … Continue reading

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Philosophy as cleansing agent.

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Philosophy is acidic.  It eats away at everything it touches, including itself.  Acids dissolve, but they also cleanse what has become unclean.  What I mean by this is that once the spectre of questioning is released, without a container or … Continue reading

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#LessonCrashers: Packaging Matters

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Packaging Matters It isn’t important what your product is, if you can’t sell it.  Explosive dogs don’t get loved very often (look above if you don’t get it… it’s a poor translation of “Bomb Sniffing Dog” into English). Take two … Continue reading

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Ready Made Links For TCEA 2014 Presentation

Sphere Search for locations anywhere on the planet: Mrs. Dooley’s classroom: Aurasma 3-D PopUps:

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Mars Curiosity Sphere

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