My response to WIIFM, which looks at not just what’s in it for the student at a high level but also considers the WIIFM perspective for specific topics.
Activity Responses and Tutorials Contributed by @LynnCartan
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For this activity, I did some tweaks to the original landing page I’d created for Learning Squirrel. I changed out to a different template, updating to the Fresh one. The image here shows what the updated landing page looked like after also completing the activity to change the image. Already much better than the old… Read more »
For this activity, I ended up going out to HTML5UP and picking up the Spectral template. Originally I had just intended to just unpack the site and perhaps change an image or two. Instead, I found myself looking at how I could change the title by going in and editing code. From there, I added… Read more »
I had previously set up a Learning Squirrel basic landing page using the About Me template. For this activity, I switched it out to the Fresh template which had a background image of a bunch of grapes. I added an image from Unsplash (Photo by Esteban Lopez on Unsplash). I also added a button to take viewers to… Read more »
I currently have a few subdomains set up at Learning Squirrel. These include: blog. – where the Learning Squirrel blog resides polls. – for future use videos. – links to my Youtube channel (some recorded video lectures and assignments for courses I’m taking) photos. – currently links to the gallery another of my websites, Scrapmonkey.ca… Read more »
A quick brainstorm on what I’ve accomplished over the last year and then setting a table for the participants of one of the projects.
Putting Cornell Notes to the test while reviewing a TEDx video on Open Textbooks and freedom of knowledge.
I developed this syllabus concept map for an existing course I developed. The course covers Information Systems and Technology for the Health Information Management Program. But, it also became a repository for topics that don’t fit anywhere else in the program. Concept mapping it makes clear that it would benefit from readjusting the content.
Teaching Goals vs. Objectives using Lord of the Rings.