It was a tough haul, but I made it to the end!
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Reflection on a couple of issues include if I can publish my results.
My blog post answering the SoTL planning questions.
Working outloud on trying to find a research project that will work in my role as faculty advisor to Tutoring Services.
Area of research I have decided to focus on an area of tutor training, specifically, the technique I share called Simulated Instruction Model. This was a model that I first learned about while doing post-grad certificates in Learning Disabilities specialization at Cambrian College. I can’t find any online references to it so I am considering… Read more »
In the end, I have decided to approach SoTL with child-like glee.
Having a meal with friends and family tends to be more fulfilling than eating alone. We linger longer, eat a little more, and have more meaningful conversations and experiences. This held true for my recent project despite my efforts to use tech tools to facilitate collaboration between buildings and FT and PT faculty running on… Read more »
I attempt, and ultimately fail, to define digital literacies in this blog post but do hopefully contribute to the discussion.
I’ve created a blog post in response to this activity where I discuss Patch #5 – In Sync – Thoughts on Sync Video Conversations.
With the recent news of Microsoft acquiring Flipgrid and opening it up free for all educators got me thinking that this would make an excellent resource for doing class introductions. Not only does it allow the students to get to know both their instructors and their peers, it also introduces them to a useful piece of… Read more »