Education and learning have always been a passion of mine.
Activity Responses and Tutorials Contributed by @lynn_chartrand
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I choose the detail the accounts of an Interprofessional Initiative that I has the pleasure of leading. While this was the first big initiative that I lead, it certainly will not be the last.
My PLN! I may have broken some of the rules with this activity. The diagram I have created show how the people in my PLN have influenced me in my journey as an educator.
My Personal Learning Network is beginning to evolve. Presented here are my thoughts on my own PLN.
I have included this content onto a previous blog post. The assessment for the CRAPP test and reflection have been included with this prior blog in order to facilitate matters. All of the information regarding OER can be found in one post.
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.
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.