Michelle Pacansky-Brock
  • San Jose, CA
  • United States
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Community College Educator
Blog
http://mpbreflections.blogspot.com
Website
http://www.teachingwithoutwalls.com
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About Me
I am a college educator who is passionate about inspiring others about the potentials of web 2.0 technologies to transform teaching and learning, as well as reshape higher education into a more relevant experience for 21st century citizens. I am also very proud to identify myself as the 2007 Sloan-C recipient for Excellence in Online Teaching Award.

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One in four college students took at least one online class is 2008. Are these online learning experiences consistent with the participatory, collaborative learning experiences college students engage in outside of their formal learning environments? How can web 2.0 tools be leveraged to bridge this pedagogical gap and make online learning dynamic, engaging, community-oriented and, overall, more successful?

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At 9:18am on July 13, 2010, Mark Carls said…
Hello Michelle, thanks for joining our Voicethread group in here. I appreciate all that you share.
Mark
At 5:49pm on December 3, 2009, Scot Gresham-Lancaster said…
Onward and upward, please keep me informed about what's out there as I am always curious about new ways to realize new ideas out there. From Kirby Urner on R. Buckminster Fuller's world game, "Digital media are inherently copiable without limit, giving everyone access to tremendous cultural riches. But making it expensive by making it scarce is still the only way we can figure to ``earn a living.'' This is the crux of a current problem in education, I think ...
At 9:19pm on July 21, 2009, megan seely said…
No kidding--this site is pretty great. And I'm a resource junkie to begin with! Thanks for sharing
At 10:16pm on November 16, 2008, Beth Holmes said…
Michelle,
You did a super job w/20 slides for 20 seconds! I failed miserably on my first attempt - but the pictures were great! Seems like we all aught to be able to keep it brief.

Is "What's the Buzz" actually YOUR story? Did you have the surgery? Hoping all is well with you!
At 8:27am on November 16, 2008, Beth Holmes said…
Hi, Michelle,

"What's the Buzz" is a real find! Highly relevant and impactful on many levels. So grateful to you for sharing!
At 2:42pm on November 1, 2008, bob bradley said…
hey: saw your stuff and was wondering if you'd like to collaborate.

check out www.tnsandbox.com

converging academic technology and the scholarship of engagement for economic development.

great work and thanks for the inspiration!

bob bradley
rbradley@tnstate.edu
At 7:46am on July 10, 2008, Beth Holmes said…
Hi, Michelle,

I just watched your Generational Diversity video and loved it! Thank you for sharing this entertaining and information-filled media! I am working with educator professional development and will share this eye-opener with many teachers! You make Sierra College look good! Know they are proud of you.
At 7:38pm on July 1, 2008, Gavin McLean said…
Hey Michelle,
Thanks for the messages.
Yeah Animoto is cool. I have posted videos on my Facebook and YouTube channel.
You should make some more videos, there isn't enough on Classroom 2.0!
Cheers,
Gavin
 
 
 

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