Tag Archives: Education

New pedagogy projects underway!

The  2 projects I previously blogged about have begun! Here is the first lab for my research methods 2 class beginning in February, 2011:   Advertisements

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Google Cloud Connect For M$ Office

Google recently announced the start of a new project which allows for cloud based collaboration with M$ Office documents, quite similar to M$’s Office Live. This is good news for my students and I as we have been struggling with … Continue reading

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Two Upcoming Projects

Looking forward to an exciting winter in digital pedagogy here! First, I am going to be bringing back a condensed version of my introductory SPSS labs, with a twist. In fact, this is the third twist on the same condensed … Continue reading

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Corporatization of higher education – a BlackBoard or a WhiteWall?

So, BlackBoard has partnered with K12 to sell online courses for remediation in higher ed. That’s right…SELL online courses for remediation in HIGHER ED:

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Get to know the Kno

From Wire’s Gadget Lab: Tablet startup Kno has created a single screen slate specifically for students in the hopes of making electronic textbooks a widespread reality on college campuses. The tablet will have a 14.1-inch screen, making it the biggest … Continue reading

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“Our goals do not include helping you get a good grade. Sorry”

If you haven’t heard by now, the title of this post is a direct quote from Steve Jobs to a college journalism student from Long Island.  She was assigned a story by her journalism professor to cover the iPad initiative … Continue reading

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Teaching Patient Problem Solving

If you’re not familiar with TED talks, you should be.  Speakers cover a wide range of topics from nearly every field known. The talk below was given by math teacher Dan Meyer. Here’s the abstract of the talk from the … Continue reading

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