In learning about Indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere the Americas) students knowledge in this area have been hindered by pedagogies of agnotology, and information has been withheld rather than informed. To create an awareness of this I ask students questions regarding famous Indigenous people and places and events. Such as who was the first minority to serve in… Read more »
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I teach a course on different kinds of hearing technologies for students with hearing loss – there are a LOT, and my students have a hard time remembering them all, and figuring out which one would be the best choice for a particular student with a particular classroom scenario. We pull up this mind map… Read more »
My students (who are classroom teachers themselves) often balk at the idea of using standardized tests (“it’s not fair, it’s too rigid, there isn’t only one right answer, I know they could do better if I was allowed to help them, I don’t want to label children”). So I try to use the terms “frustration,… Read more »
Here is my Padlet. It contains a great resource from the repositories I explored while working through the Curator Module.
With the cost of education on the rise, it’s great that there are so many Open Educational Resources(EOR)available for our students. This gives them an alternative to purchasing costly textbooks. As always, educators must be cautious when selecting EORs. We should ensure that the resources selected are relevant and accurate. I have selected a few… Read more »
Images and photos can speak volumes. It is just a matter of finding the right one. Please visit my blog site to view a photo that I would definitely use in many of my health sciences courses.
Content curation is more than just simply collecting articles and educational materials. It is the careful selection of reputable resources which can be incorporated into the classroom. Here is my definition of content curator.
Tony Bates has not left any stone unturned in SECTIONS model and this planning tool does a brilliant job operationalizing the framework. Thank you!
There are a variety of tools that can enhance learning in the classroom. In this post, I briefly describe how I adapted one learning tool to test students at a deeper level of learning.
The use of technology in the classroom should serve a purpose and should be connected to the course curriculum. Here is my reflection about the responsible use of technology in the classroom.