All Blog Posts Tagged 'Cloud' (5)

Why BYOD in Adult Education Crashed my Class

I love the idea of bring-your-own-device (BYOD), but it can be a nightmare! I recently taught a class entitled Cloud Computing and Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers. The class was held in a wireless conference room, but the attendees had to bring their own devices. Keep in mind that the students in the class were teachers, most of whom were using their school-issued computers. School-issued computers! School issued computers that…


Added by Brian McLane on January 5, 2014 at 4:02pm — 1 Comment

From the Labs: Google Tools You May Not Know

From Search to Maps to Docs, Google offers tons of free tools that have had a great impact on technology in the classroom. The best thing about Google, though, is that it is continually innovating. Here are some of my favorite educational applications from Google Labs, Google's test bed for new Internet technology.

Find out what my favorite Google Labs tools are here:… Continue

Added by Derrick Waddell on January 13, 2011 at 6:38pm — No Comments

Moving to the Cloud? Learn the Risk, then move!

It's no secret that the world is quickly loving to the cloud, There are many benefits to moving to cloud based services like Google Apps and Microsoft's Live.Edu!

Download Top Threats to Cloud Computing from CSA, The Cloud Security…

Added by George Grachis on October 28, 2010 at 8:42am — No Comments

Grading Workplace Learners Gets an F

Posted by Dojo Learning: Adult learners in the workplace are accustomed to the the freedoms of adult life. Free will, independent thinking, and the ability to make choices are only a few of the joys of being cut loose from our constrained youth.

However, the straight jacket experiences of high school and adult control never leave us completely. We spend twelves years of our lives learning how to behave and perform for our teachers. Rebellion… Continue

Added by Les Klassen on August 6, 2008 at 9:00am — No Comments

Gauging your Workplace Learning through Natural Assessment

Posted by Dojo Learning: Assessment is the process of investigating a learner’s work for evidence of understanding and competence. Typically, we learn content and then we are assessed through a test at the end of the process. But that’s not natural, assessment happens throughout the process of learning.

Let’s take the case of self-assessment. When we teach ourselves a skill or new knowledge we are constantly asking ourselves “did I get that?”… Continue

Added by Les Klassen on August 5, 2008 at 9:00am — No Comments

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