Tag Archives: online learning

Open Education, Privacy, Technology (A Promissory Note)

This month has, so far, not been especially time-friendly for me. I have so many things to do, so many things to think about…argh! No time to post! I really, really want to write about the amazing discussion going on at … Continue reading

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Flipped Off

While the so-called flipped classroom may be all the rage right now*, I want to take a minute to talk about flipping the instructors and the designers of instruction. When I talk about flipped instructors**, what I mean is this: instructors who … Continue reading

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Both Sides Now: 7 Deadly Sins of Canvas Course Setup

One of the things I find most fascinating about both taking and teaching classes in the same learning management system (hereafter LMS), albeit for different schools and disciplines, is the opportunity to experience the effects of different instructional designs from the … Continue reading

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