Category: <span>ONID</span>

Companion Piece

My “Author’s Notes” are legion to the How I Teach post. They warrant their own post. 1. I have used portions of my research proposal for ED603 to jump start my response to this assignment. 2. Why I teach is far different than “How I Teach” I make a salary that ٩◔‿◔۶

How I Teach?

Teaching and learning are completely integral but my arguments may be clearer by tackling one at a time. How I Teach I used to sit firmly in the situated learning camp. Then I began to tilt; I still lean heavily toward the constructivist approach–what I think situated learning evolved into–but I ٩◔‿◔۶

Unit 4 Concept Map Your browser is not able to display frames. Please visit the mind map: CITS 222 Designing for a client on Mind Mapping – MindMeister. I’ve thought (for the last two semesters) that jQuery was just too advanced. Asking a student to download a library–minified or not–and then to upload ٩◔‿◔۶

Lesson Plan

First draft (notes to the student): Read it, practice it. Experience sites. Evaluate YOUR likes and dislikes. Learn the basics of html and css. Figure out how to upload to a server. Once you’ve done MOST of those things you will create a page for a client. *WHEW* Not all ٩◔‿◔۶

You Can’t Go Home Again

Originally posted 5/29/2014 You can look on something anew, but it would not be with the eyes of a child. You can try to put yourself in someone’s shoes, but ultimately when it comes to a teacher being taught, I’d say it depends on how long she’s been teaching. I ٩◔‿◔۶

Visualize Your Assessments

Originally posted 6/24/2014 This week I’m thinking along the lines of how to merge a few items I’ve read and distill them in such a way as to share them with a rather larger audience: the Teaching Tips readership. I’ve been brainstorming a few ideas. It lead me to the ٩◔‿◔۶

Learner Centered Assessment

First posted 6/22 This post to serve as article review number one for Online Pedagogy. In the Use of Learner-Centered Assessment in US Colleges and Universities, Webb describes a utopia where instructors have given (through learner-centered assessment) “ a mechanism for prompt feedback to students, fosters collaboration with peers and faculty; and results in increased ٩◔‿◔۶

Go Back to Your Happy Place

Originally posted 6/10/2014 As an instructional designer I help faculty with their courses. The faculty member is the content expert; I’m a support person. I want to help them make the course easy to navigate, engaging to the student–learning can be fun–and, whenever possible, inspire or remind the teacher why ٩◔‿◔۶