Sherry Hegstrom – Emerging Technologies in Education commented on a post by Jeff Utecht: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO DISCONNECT?
Jeff asked the question:
Are you consuming, using or creating with technology?
And demonstrates the answer with a pie chart representing statistics on Internet participation.… Continue reading
Instructional delivery methods can still be a pretty divisive issue (sadly) and I’ve written before (as well as others) about the dualistic thinking that often clouds these discussions. Thus, it’s no small task for faculty developers to remain largely agnostic toward instructional delivery methods and associated technologies while facilitating productive discussions around best-practices.…
Connectivist Learning: course Prerequisites:
your own device, internet connection, oxytocin and adrenaline
This is my last post before the edcMOOC course starts tomorrow. Through this blog, I’ve been living out the connectivist experience of not one, but two MOOCS, both which are experimental in the connectivist “genre”.…
Always wanting to learn and connect with others in the field of technology integration, I joined a MOOC yesterday.
(I would expect a lot of raised eyebrows at this point wondering what I am talking about…)
What is a MOOC? It stands for Massive Open Online Course.…
I am looking forward to participating in my first MOOC via #etmooc! I am curious to experience the benefits of learning in an open online environment and engaging with and learning from others around the world. I have experienced “online” training in the past few years, however being located away from the “host” country and the time zone difference will be a new challenge.…