Monthly Archives: March 2016

Responsiveness

In the 2010 study, Students’ Perceptions of Effective Teaching in Higher Education by faculty from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, it revealed some interesting expectations students have for their teachers in distance learning classes. The nine main characteristics, in order … Continue reading

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SnapGuide Overview

Overview: Snapguide is designed for users to create visual based how-to guides.  That’s it.  Sounds simple. It is and that is what makes it great.  The guides are built around teaching how to do something through pictures and videos.  Adding … Continue reading

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Art and Technology

I thought I would share some ideas for fusing art and technology into your classroom.  As an English teacher, I use art in a variety of ways.  From creating a persuasive poster for Thomas Paine’s The American Crisis to creating … Continue reading

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