"Thank you, I'm glad you liked it. It is actually my mother in law's sample story - she teaches year 1 - I have been helping her with technology as her school has no integration specialist (unfortunately only very wealthy schools in New…"
"Yikes - I don't know anything about Moodle - except that there are groups in Classroom 2.0 that discuss Moodle. This is one of them:
Hopefully they have addressed the "not aesthetically…"
I believe that "hybrid" is the teaching-platform of the future. (Because of the increased popularity of automatic-translation tools, I am being very "literal" these days so I appreciate the term "hybrid"…"
"Hello Elizabeth and fellow PBL~Better with Practice friends,
I suggest you have a look at: The Decameron Web is a project of the Italian Studies Department's Virtual Humanities Lab at Brown University.…"
"Yikes - a staggering pile! I know that feeling; so, here's some detail about the illustrations (tables) included in the article. (Don't want you to keep it on your pile if it's not truly valuable - ha ha)
Table #1 Title: Various Ways…"
"My reply is specifically about "Visual Literacy" taken from an article by Susan E. Metros. I bring it to the group's attention because Ms Metros discusses skills that are uniquely valuable to "Learners in the Digital Age",…"
"Don't forget to engage your audience. Perhaps you could insert some student snap-shots between your messages (example: have them photograph each other making funny faces, or playing the air guitar, etc). Once the school administration and…"
"Hello group! I am getting my MS in Instructional Design and Technology and want to use Digital Storytelling to help students take the lesson and make it a personal learning experience. - yikes, is that to much to expect?"
Thank you, I'm glad you liked it. It is actually my mother in law's sample story - she teaches year 1 - I have been helping her with technology as her school has no integration specialist (unfortunately only very wealthy schools in New South Wales - the state I live in - seem to think it is important).
I read a bit of your blog... congratulations on your graduation... paint rocks in Colorado? :)