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 […]
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 […]
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.
If you are interested in my ideas about introducing the limitations of technology to IB students, please read ahead.
As I attempt the answer the question, I realize my thought on it is pretty short: I don’t know. More important? I don’t care. I know it is unlike me not to care, so I thought I’d explain. Well, maybe I do care. You’ll see.
“On Screen vs. Off-Screen?” Are we missing something when our backs are turned away from the “real” world as we explore what is on our computer screens?
From Instructional Tolerance and Universal Design: “You will not assume – and falsely assume in every case I have ever seen – that you actually know what every student is […]
I made a voicethread complaining about discussing the problem of marrying two distinct programs that need to get married, but have serious communication issues. I’d call this voicethread an attempt […]
This blog entry is really short. I SO wish there were universal formats for movies. I also wish Apple would get over its hateship of Adobe so Flash to Quicktime […]