I begin by saying that I am a soapbox person. I stand on them frequently and occasionally say something important in the process. While I never expect anyone to agree […]
My commentary on our infographic exercise.
The statistics say there is “no significant difference between face to face and online learning.” A closer examination of the evidence reveals that the differences between these types of instruction […]
Some folks are proud of their drinking: after viewing some statistics, I found ten countries whose total alcohol consumption, though extremely high, was almost entirely reported. My infographic, entitled Loud and […]
There is nothing more annoying for a technologist than to have her tech fail because of its antiquity. I didn’t update my OS in Lebanon because doing so would have […]
I’ve been thinking a lot about the International Baccalaureate recently, mostly for personal reasons. My school year at ACS is coming to a close, and my courses for this term […]
For the original plan of the gallery, please click here. DESCRIPTION The Virtual Gallery Plan I wanted to do for World War I was not implementable, but an alternative plan […]
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a popular framework in education right now, largely for good reason. It incorporates different types of learning and stresses motivation and engagement as important elements […]
An introduction to the online course I designed, and my thoughts on the gap between educators and students when it comes to the use of the digital world.
INFO FOR TEACHERS THE BACKGROUND IB history teachers who teach the 20th century section of the course are obligated to address the causes of the World Wars. Most teach it […]