Developing content and lessons on a mobile devices quick and easily are becoming more important in education for both students and teachers. In the past, I have discussed the iPad app Techsmith’s ScreenChomp as a digital whiteboard and wanted to review …

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Recently I was interviewed for a segment that aired last night on Fox 35 on Social Media in the Classroom. They visited Valencia College’s West Campus to hear about how social media is becoming more important to students, both in …

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Almost everyone has heard of the famous “Gangnam Style” video that, since its release in July 2012, is the most viewed and liked video on YouTube. Now I’ve been pondering how this type of engagement would be great to recreate …

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Recently I wrote a blog for Blackboard and wanted to share it with my readers too – 3 Tips to Connect with Your Online Students One of the hardest adjustments for students transitioning from a traditional classroom to an online environment is …

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I use the short story of The Poor Scholar’s Soliloquy  by Stephan M. Cory, University of Chicago from “Childhood Education” each semester in my Educational Technology course for discussion. This piece was written in 1944. Is the situation the boy …

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