LMS Review: Slack

While obtaining my Master's degree in Instructional Technology and Design, I am currently taking an enlightening course of Online Teaching and Learning with Dr. James Hatten. Our current module is focused on analyzing a Learning Management System (LMS) which could be used to facilitate an online course; I am going to focus my information on … Continue reading LMS Review: Slack

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From Teacher to Tech (Edtech): Episode 1

There has been nothing more rewarding than working with the young people of the future and watching them grow and progress through complex curriculum over nine months for the last decade. However, I have begun to feel a calling towards something new. I have always had a passion for technology use in the classroom and … Continue reading From Teacher to Tech (Edtech): Episode 1

Techy5teacher’s Top 10 Tips: Being a Successful Online Teacher

There are a variety of factoring with teaching, period. Online, blended,  and face to face all have some commonalities, as well as some individualized differences.  The following interactive image highlights 10 of my top tips for being a successful Online Teacher. Top Ten Tips: Being a Successful Online Teacher //www.thinglink.com/card/1013840317155115009 Please feel free to comment … Continue reading Techy5teacher’s Top 10 Tips: Being a Successful Online Teacher

Help students become better decision makers: PBL and MEAs Instruction

Many educational pedagogies involve students making a decision. Isn't one of our goals as educators to better prepare students for a chance to obtain a 21st century STEM career? "Problem-based learning (PBL) an instructional method of hands-on, active learning centered on the investigation and resolution of messy, real-world problems." (Learning-theories.com) For more information: https://www.learning-theories.com/problem-based-learning-pbl.html "Model-eliciting … Continue reading Help students become better decision makers: PBL and MEAs Instruction