Blended Learning is hot! Are we ready to really embrace this type of hybrid learning to engage students and help meet the demands of students seeking an education that has a little more flexibility in it’s schedule? Reading this article Colleges Aren’t Keeping Up With Student Demand for Hybrid Programs, Survey Suggests reaffirms my notation that students crave this type of learning and can benefit greatly with all the technology
I attended STEMtech 2010 on Monday 11/1/10 – This is my day in recap about the two concurrent sessions I presented, the concurrent sessions I attended, and the rest of the day. My day started early in the morning, since I need to check in at registration and the presenter room before my 8 a.m. concurrent session. Luckily I’m able to make a quick 30 min trip to the Swan/Dolphin
Check out www.wordle.net to create you own Word Clouds, based on a block of text or a blog feed. Here is an example from my most recent blog postings. Make your own book cover, t-shirts, backgrounds, and more. You can change the font, color scheme, and layout. Have fun!
Favorite Free Tools for Educators – Part 1 (much more to come in future post) #1 Jing – Free Screen Shot & Recording Tool Snap a picture of your screen. Record video of onscreen action. Share instantly over the web, IM, email. http://www.jingproject.com/ #2 YouTube Upload videos up to 15 minutes in length Share videos to millions or use privacy settings Unlisted privacy option allows videos to now be available